Keep Kennedale Beautiful Commission (KKB)
- 6:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month*
- City Hall Council Chambers (405 Municipal Drive)
- View the list of upcoming meetings
- Agendas, Packets, and Minutes
- Apply to serve on this board
* Sometimes it is necessary to adjust the Regular Meeting schedule. Please always check the calendar for the most current information.
Purpose and Responsibilities
KKB engages residents and businesses to take greater responsibility for improving the community’s appearance and environment; and develop beautification events, programming, and outreach. The membership of KKB also serves as the Tree Advisory Board and the Tree City USA liaison.
Keep Texas Beautiful’s (KTB) mission is to educate and engage Texans to take responsibility for improving their community environment. Efforts are focused in three major areas: litter prevention, beautification, and waste reduction.
|Place 1||Cesar Guerra||2021|
|Place 2||JoAnn Huckabee||2022|
|Place 3||Mark Green||2021|
|Place 4||Kimberly Kincaid-Smith||2022|
|Place 5||Wilda Turner||2021|
|Place 6||Kenneth Michels, Chair||2022|
|Place 7||Linda Miller||2021|
|Place 8||Laurie Sanders, Vice Chair||2022|
|Place 9||Kimberly Courtney||2021|
Wilda Turner featured in #50YearsofKTB Story
Wilda Turner is a Master Gardener in the Fort Worth Chapter, and is our go-to person for all things plants. Wilda writes a biweekly column, Wilda's Wisdom, for the KKB Facebook page where she shares gardening tips and lighthearted humor. Our local newspaper, the Kennedale News, even picked up her column.
Butterfly Garden Locations
Through the National Wildlife Federation's (NWF) Mayors' Monarch Pledge, cities are committing to create habitats and educate citizens about how they can help preserve these butterflies. KKB and Mayor Brian Johnson are proud participants in the NWF Mayor's Monarch Pledge, which included issuing vouchers to residents to purchase milkweed and other nectar-producing plants. Thank you to Stegall's Nursery for their generous support of this program, which resulted in 29 butterfly gardens in the City of Kennedale!