Another Don't Mess With Texas / Great American Cleanup Success!

Volunteers stand with the KIB Trash-Off banner.

Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) hosted its event on April 2 at Trinity View Park, where volunteers came together with the common goal of stopping litter from reaching the nearby Elm Fork of the Trinity River. 

Following the cleanup, volunteers were treated to lunch prepared by volunteers from Blueprint Church. City departments were instrumental in the success of this event, including Parks and Recreation, providing the location and logistic guidance; Solid Waste Services, providing roll-off containers and weighing the materials collected; and Communications, providing promotion and coverage of the event.

Volunteers from Crisis Ministries of Irving accepted canned food donations from those in attendance and collected a total of 280 pounds for the food pantry. Those who donated food items received a KIB T-shirt.

KIB also offered a virtual “#IrvingTrashOff2022” where volunteers chose their own locations around the city and reported via social media. 

The combined efforts of the in-person and remote events were 

  • 152 volunteers (105 adults and 47 youth)
  • 440.5 volunteer hours
  • 1,650 pounds of trash collected
  • 860 pounds of recyclables collected

KIB thanks its sponsors and supporters of the 2022 event:

City of Irving

Parks and Recreation
Solid Waste Services
 Irving Frito-Lay
 Fast Signs Las Colinas
 the Burb 
 Keep Texas Beautiful 
 Keep American Beautiful
KIB Logo


... is a nonprofit, grassroots, leadership organization dedicated to educating the community about litter abatement, recycling and beautification to help preserve the health and promote the social and economic prosperity of Irving, Texas.

To learn more about volunteering, call the KIB office at 
(972) 721-2175