Keep Marshall Beautiful

Keep Marshall Beautiful hosts annual city-wide cleanups, beautification projects, and recycling education.  The group also acts as a resource to the community to educate and promote a litter-free city.


  • 1st Tuesdays at 4:30 pm
  • Board Room of Marshall Public Library
  • Open to the public


Agendas & Minutes

View the most recent agendas and minutes. Agendas are available prior to the meetings; minutes are available following approved.


The Keep Marshall Beautiful Board consists of 7 members who serve two-year terms and may be reappointed for an additional two-year term.

  • Lillian Banks (2nd Term)
    Expires December 2024
  • Deloris Butler (1st Term)
    Expires December 2023
  • Cheryel Carpenter, Chair (2nd Term)
    Expires December 2024
  • Becky Koesel (1st term)
    Expires December 2024
  • Susan Marshall (2nd term)
    Expires December 2023
  • Felicia Mathis, Vice Chair (1st term)
    Expires December 2024
  • Linda Scott (1st term)
    Expires December 2024

Staff Liaison:  Anna Lane, Director of Community Services

Keep Marshall Beautiful

Beautification Awards 

From April to September, KMB recognizes a residential and commercial property owner for the beautification efforts made to their home or business. 

To nominate a residential or commercial property, submit the Beautification Nomination Form!

Adopt-A-Spot Program

You, your family, friends, and/or organization can Keep Marshall Beautiful on an on-going basis through the Adopt-A-Spot program. 

Learn more about how to get started and complete an Adopt-A-Spot application.

Keep Texas Beautiful Affiliation

Marshall is proud to be one of nearly 300 Texas communities affiliated with Keep Texas Beautiful. Together, we have the potential to educate 19 million Texans on environmental and community improvement.  

To find the next Keep Marshall Beautiful event or to learn more, connect with us on Facebook! Interested in hosting a community cleanup? Call (903) 935-4419.

"Keep Texas beautiful, keep Texas free

Keep her wild and natural, just the way she ought to be

This world is full of man-made wonders, Texas didn't come that way

No, Texas came out beautiful, why not keep her that way?"

 - Jerry Jeff Walker