Keep Douglasville Beautiful

The mission of Keep Douglasville Beautiful is to practice, promote, and encourage environmental stewardship through public education and community-based projects, within the City of Douglasville.

The Keep Douglasville Beautiful Board is comprised of 8 individuals appointed by the Mayor and City Council for a 2-year term. Day to day operations are handled by an Executive Director who is an employee of the City of Douglasville.

The board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except December) at 6:30 pm at the Hunter Park Community Center located at 8830 Gurley Road, just off Highway 5 in Douglasville. All meetings are open to the public.

KDB Board Members

Paul Laseter, Chair
Mike Ruggeiro, Vice Chair
Julie Camp, Secretary
Susanne Hudson
John Hufstetler
Cindy Morley
Monica Moseley
Ralph Urbas
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Volunteer with KDB through Douglasville's Better Together Volunteer Program

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  1. Special thanks to the following who have already contributed to
    the Military Honor Garden project: 
     Monetary Donations In-kind donations and services
    Keep Douglasville Beautiful
    Douglas County Lions Club
    Ama-Kanasta Garden Club
    Julie Camp
    Paul Laseter
    Leslie Green GreyStone Power Corporation  Ralph and Patricia Urbas John Hufstetler Anita & Terry Selman Mike & Leila Ruggiero Garey McManus Susanne Hudson Premier Association Management, Inc. Cindy Morley LCDR and Mrs. Victor Leonard, USN Ret.
    Niles Bolton Associates
    NWGA Recycling
    zNG Turf
    Hughes-Ray Company, Inc.
    Contractors of West Georgia
    Victor Stanley Whitley Garner At Rosehaven Funeral Home Alternative Environments Accent Nursery