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KIB seeks Program Vice President

Job Title: Program Vice President Application Deadline: January 14, 2013 Full-/Part-Time: Full-Time-Flexible Schedule including Saturdays Regular/Temporary: Regular Salary: Commensurate with experience Purpose: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) seeks a Program Vice President to integrate into their executive team who is both a collaborative/creative department manager and a strategic leader. The Program Vice President will work closely with all program staff, … Read more

KIB seeks Project Manager

Engaging diverse communities to create vibrant public places, helping people and nature thrive, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) has a proven 30-year track record of partnerships with neighborhoods, the public sector, local philanthropists, and corporations. Each year KIB supports an average of 500 community improvement projects around Marion County, accomplished with more than 25,000 volunteers. Since 2006, KIB has helped … Read more

Decatur Central School Wins ‘Every Litter Bit Helps’ Video Contest

MARION COUNTY – Few residents may be aware that it’s illegal to litter in Marion County. If you’re caught tossing litter, the police can stop you and issue a warning or fine you $45 to $500. Rather than only focus on the penalties, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) partnered with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) to help change the city’s … Read more

Indy Youth Recognized for Their Efforts to Save Thousands of City Trees from Drought

INDIANAPOLIS – (November 28, 2012) On Monday, December 3 the City-County Council will honor the Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) Youth Tree Team for their diligent work during the severe drought with a resolution co-sponsored by Councilor Ben Hunter and Councilor Zach Adamson. The Youth Tree Team is a select group of Indianapolis high school aged youth that work to … Read more

Urban Forests Case Studies: Indianapolis | Involving Neighborhoods and Communities Cities

Indianapolis – Increasing Sustainability Indianapolis Mayor Gregory A. Ballard took office in January 2008 and by October had created the new Office of Sustainability in the Department of Public Works as part of his goal “to make Indianapolis the most sustainable city in the Midwest.”[1] One of the office’s main functions is to ensure the success of the mayor’s SustainIndy … Read more