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Keep Navasota Beautiful Commission

The Keep Navasota Beautiful Commission is an advisory body to the City Council in establishing a city-wide policy for decreasing the amount of loose refuse in the city, enhancing and preserving the city’s natural beauty and encouraging the use of landscaping and the improvement of deteriorating features. The Commission shall consist of seven or more members. Terms of appointments are for two years. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in Navasota City Hall.

Agendas

Annual Events

Community Awards

2013-2014
Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star Affiliate
Awarded a Community Grant from Union Pacific Railroad to further improve the Native and Adapted Demonstration Garden.
Awarded a $1,800 grant from the Brazos Valley Council of Governments for purchase of litter cleanup supplies for community events.

2012-2013
Keep Texas Beautiful Governor Community Achievement – Navasota, 2nd Place
Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star Affiliate
Awarded a grant from Lowes Home Improvement /Keep America Beautiful to plant a Community Native and Adapted Plant demonstration Garden. Brazos Valley Council of Governments Solid Waste Planning Award – Navasota, for Sustainability of Environmental Programs

2011 – 2012
Keep Texas Beautiful Governor Community Achievement – Navasota, 3rd Place
Keep Texas Beautiful Civic Organization Award – First Place, Project Category (First Baptist Church of Navasota)

Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star Affiliate

2010 – 2011
Keep Texas Beautiful Sustained Award of Excellence
Keep Texas Beautiful Silver Star Affiliate
Keep Texas Beautiful Civic Organization Award – Citation of Merit (Navasota Economic Development Corporation – ‘Navasota Business Improvement Grant (B.I.G) Program’

2009 – 2010
Keep Texas Beautiful Sustained Award of Excellence
Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star Affiliate
Keep Texas Beautiful & Half Price Books, Re-Plant Texas Grant Program funding award of $2,000 to replant trees in communities affected by the Hurricane Ike.

2008 – 2009
Keep Texas Beautiful Governor Community Achievement – Navasota, 1st Place
Keep Texas Beautiful Sustained Award of Excellence


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