KIB's Impact Hub


KIB's Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Charter

KIB's JUSTICE, EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION CHARTER As part of our operational values, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful has developed the following charter to treat all individuals with integrity, and to hold ourselves accountable.   The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey,…

KIB Kicks Off Fall Cleanup Season

PRESS RELEASE KIB and City Provide Free Cleanup Resources for Resident for October Great Indy Cleanup

KIB Kicks Off Third Annual Pollinator Count

PRESS RELEASE KIB kicks off Indianapolis’ Third Annual Wild Pollinator Count to snapshot city’s pollinator health

KIB to lead volunteers in Guinness World Records™ Title attempt

PRESS RELEASE Indianapolis to lead volunteers in GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title attempt


Welcome to our shop page! Thanks for supporting KIB through our online store! Though all items are available for office pickup at KIB, please remember that some items are ONLY available for pickup at KIB's offices.  You will receive an email when we have your order prepared with our standard…


Welcome to the Adopt-A-Block Captain shop Page! Thanks for supporting KIB through our online store! We've just implemented a new online shop to improve your experience as an Adopt-A-Block captain and make it easier for you to get the supplies you need. Though all items are available for office…

KIB Nondiscrimination Notice

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws, not excluding or treating differently based on race, color, national origin, age, religion, gender, citizenship, or disability. Upon request, KIB will provide free aids and services to people with…

KIB Participates in City Nature Challenge 2019


KIB Presents "Red, White, & #KIBees" Challenge

PRESS RELEASE KIB Presents "Red, White, & #KIBees" Challenge for the 4th of July

KIB President & CEO on "Indy's Trusted Servant"

In this episode of the Indy’s Trusted Servant Show, host Danny O’Malia speaks with Jeremy Kranowitz with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful.

KIB Resources at Home

Native Plants Resource Guide for Native Plants…

KIB Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) has received a grant of $674,520 as part of Lilly Endowment Inc.'s Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation initiative. KIB is one of 18 organizations receiving grants through this competitive initiative.

KIB Volunteers Break Guinness World Records Title

PRESS RELEASE Indianapolis Achieves GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Largest Display of Chalk Pavement Art with over 800 drawings

#KIBEES Pollinator Count

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's an eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly on dense blazing star! The #KIBees Pollinator Count is a way to engage community scientists (that's you!) in the important work of counting pollinators, like birds, bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects, and…


Learn with KIB We believe in a cleaner, greener city. KIB is here to help all our Indianapolis residents contribute to thriving communities, even in this out-of-the ordinary time. That’s why our three pillars of education are designed to give us the tools to achieve our mission of helping both…

Learn about Litter

Learn about Litter In 2018, KIB picked up 1.2 million pounds of litter. Learning about how litter harms our environment and getting outside to help clean up your neighborhood is a great way to be involved with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. Follow our Learn, Explore, Act Model to start making a…

Learn about Native Plants and Pollinators

Learn about Native plants & Pollinators Did you know 1 out of every 3 bites on your plate is possible only because of pollinators? As habitats are replaced by development, it's important to learn the significance of pollinators and how we can create native landscapes for them to thrive. …

Learn about Trees

Learn about Trees Urban forests are vital to our health. They produce oxygen for us to breathe, reduce greenhouse gases, cool our city, prevent flooding of our sewers, provide food and shelter for wildlife and give us many social and mental benefits. Help us maintain and grow our city’s tree…

Lessons Learned. Lessons Shared.

Chris Staab is an optimist.  When other people in his Rivoli Park neighborhood saw an uptick in vandalism, and when a vacant lot slowly turned into a weed-filled swamp, he saw an opportunity for building community.