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Our Vision: To be the most beautiful and livable community in the Southern Foothills of the Smokey Mountains.

Our Mission: To inspire the people of Toccoa-Stephens County to take a active part in making and keeping our community clean and beautiful through litter reduction, proper waste recycling and disposal, and care for our land, lakes, streams and property.

Our Role: To education, encourage and challenge the people of Toccoa-Stephens County, from young to old to do their part-Everyday-to make and keep our community clean and beautiful.

Our Measures of Success:

  • Litter-Free and Pollutant-Free land, lakes, streams and roads
  • Well-Maintained and Attractive private, public and commercial property
  • Properly handled, recycled and disposed waste

Membership: Community support and involvement are vital to KTSCB. By becoming a member of KTSCB you will join forces with others in our community to

  • Promote beautification efforts in our community
  • Promote proper handling of solid waste
  • Maintain sustained litter reduction
  • Enhance environmental awareness

Individuals, families, student organizations and businesses are invited to join KTSCB and help Toccoa-Stephens County become the Most Beautiful and Livable Community in the Southern Foothills of the Smokey Mountains.

7 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello,
    I am looking for information on what you are doing in your parks.
    I emailed Sarah Visser with Keep Georgia Beautiful and she gave me your name and Janet Liberman, Keep Roswell Beautiful.
    Please tell what you folks are doing in your local parks. We are looking at enhancing one of the parks in the City of Forest Park.
    Thank you much!
    Edie Yongue, Director
    Keep Forest Park Beautiful, Inc.
    404-361-3954 (office)
    770-289-4640 (cell)

    1. The city is working on Henderson Falls Park. They are refurbishing the stairways to the water falls and also refurbishing the pavilions. We live in a rural area and most of our parks are natural and have great walking trails. The city makes sure they are clean and litter free daily.

  2. Hello Linda

    We spoke a few months back about a property I was acquiring on the corner of Grove and Broad (2.74 acres). I have purchased the property and have plans to allocate approx .75 of an acre for a community garden…it would be the lower part facing Broad, Grove and College streets and bordering the small stream….for the remaining property I am contemplating planting grapes, fruit trees and or berries etc…..the tentative name for the remainder of project, approx 2 acres, would be Broad Street Grove. Broad Street Grove would be a private venture, while the community garden would function as a non profit endeavor open to public use and participation.

    I am open to any and all ideas for the property and would enjoy meeting with you to share ideas for this project and any other projects that you have in the works including the Whitman st Orchard.

    Call or email me anytime
    (863) 838-5748


  3. It would be helpful to new residents, if you included a map on the web site, showing the Recycling Convenience Centers, and addresses that could be put into a GPS.

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