Higgins 5th grade has tree planting!

Cody Goldman and Guillermo Soto with the City of Tyler Parks Dept. demonstrated how to plant a magnolia tree to 38 fifth graders at Higgins Elementary. Keep Whitehouse Beautiful organized the event.

La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant was awarded the May 2017 KWB Business Hot Spot!

La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant was awarded the May 2017 KWB Business Hot Spot. Pictured are Dario Hernandez, owner, Laura Sanchez, Daryl Lynch, Hazel Bateman, and Jessie Meredith. Congratulations La Hacienda !

The KWB Business Hot Spot Program recognizes local businesses that make an extra effort to provide both a litter free and attractive appearance to the community.

Great job Austin Bank!

Volunteers with Austin Bank weeded in front of Brown Elementary as part of KWB’s Adopt-a-Spot program. Great job Austin Bank!

Higgins Elementary has it going on for Arbor Day!

Higgins Elementary 5th grade grows a garden!  Higgins also celebrates Arbor Day with Beautification projects!

KWB celebrates Earth Day 2017!

KWB celebrates Earth Day 2017 with educational activities and displays at Whitehouse City Library.

Keep America Beautiful presents 2016 President’s Circle Award to KWB!!

KWB is recognized by Keep America Beautiful with 2016 President’s Circle Award!!  Way to go KWB!!

2017 Keep Whitehouse Beautiful “Don’t Mess With Texas Trash Off” another annual Success!

The roadways in the Whitehouse area are cleaner now thanks to 176 participants of the annual “Don’t Mess With Texas Trash Off” and “Great American Clean Up”, organized by Keep Whitehouse Beautiful.  A total of 276 trash bags of debris were collected this year.  Once again, many unusual items were picked up. Items ranged from car bumpers to credit cards and with the most unusual item being a pineapple!  All this trash totaled some 5,800 lbs.

Participating teams make all the difference!  Teams participating from the community included:  WHS Key Club, WHS National Honor Society, WJHS Builders Club, Yarbrough Lane and County Road 15 neighborhoods, Boy Scout Troops 248 and 359, Pollard UMC, Proforma Horizon Total Source and Smith Co. Sheriff’s Office & Trustees.  Also, participants from Adopt-a-Hwy and Adopt-a-Road groups:  Southside Bank, Whitehouse Church of God in Christ, Whitehouse United Methodist Church, UT Student Chemistry ACS, First Ladies Drill Team at Whitehouse HS, Mt Carmel Baptist Church and Church Under the Bridge Tyler.   New participant this year:  WHS “Say What Program” picked up over 700 butts in just 45 minutes and marked each location with red flags at City Park and along FM 346.


Keep Whitehouse Beautiful offers special thanks to our sponsors and business friends who are listed elsewhere on this page and provide in kind or monetary donations for the Trash Off and other projects and events KWB leads throughout the year. In addition, coupons from Burger King, Dairy Queen and McDonalds were also distributed. The Chick-Fil-A mascot cow was a big hit greeting the volunteers.


You can make a difference in keeping Whitehouse beautiful! You can continue the spirit of the Trash Off every day by keeping litter off our roadways!  You can form a TXDOT Adopt-A-Hwy group.  Also, please take advantage of Republic’s curbside recycling within Whitehouse City limits.  Additionally, you can become a member of Keep Whitehouse Beautiful by emailing us at info@keepwhitehousebeautiful.com.  Please like us on Facebook or visit our website keepwhitehousebeautiful.com.


Who keeps Whitehouse beautiful?  You do!!

Whitehouse Church of God in Christ at the “Don’t Mess With Texas Trash Off”

What a job by Whitehouse Church of God in Christ at the “Don’t Mess With Texas Trash Off”!!

Some of the most unusual items found at this year’s Don’t Mess With Texas Trash Off

From pineapples to car mufflers, KWB’s Great Texas Trash Off finds some really unusual items along our roads!!


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