Keep Little Elm Beautiful

KTB Logo KLEB 2 By keeping to our mission statement...with your help we can increase awareness and pride for everyone living in Little Elm. It gives an extra dimension to "The Town With a Lake Attitude."

The goals of Keep Little Elm Beautiful are:

Litter Prevention
Waste Management

Help Keep Our Town Beautiful!

Keep Little Elm Beautiful (KLEB) Committee is a nonprofit organization looking for volunteers like yourself to join our team and do your part in keeping Little Elm beautiful.

Neeraj Madan, Chair
Jason Salsbury, Vice Chair
Lee Burton, Treasurer
Addison Owens, Secretary
Audrey Jayne, Committee Member
Cynthia Vermeesch, Committee Member
Shridhar Dangety, Parlimentarian
Kim Salsbury, Communications Char

Town of Little Elm:

Kate Graham, Staff Liaison                                                                          
Michelle Kuzov, Staff Contact
Jenny Glinka, Staff Contact

Meeting, December 14, at 6 p.m.
Clean & Green: Spring & Fall 2023 (Date and time TBA)
Paper Shredding Event: Spring & Fall 2023 (Date and time TBA) 

KLEB Neighborhood Clean Up Trailer

VOLUNTEER AND JOIN THE EFFORTS TO KEEP LITTLE ELM BEAUTIFUL!  Your family or Organization can now register for a neighborhood, parks, trails, or waterway clean-up to gain access to our NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN-UP TRAILER.  


HOTLINE:  Available 24/7  972-377-5556


Join Today

The KLEB Committee is looking for residents of Little Elm that would be dedicated in volunteering in local town events and enhancing our town in beautification. If you live in the Town of Little Elm and are wanting to do something great for your community, please email the KLEB committee.


6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month (October's meeting is October 26, 2022)

Town Hall 
Council Conference Room
100 W. Eldorado Parkway
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