Winter
"Nature has undoubtedly mastered the art of winter gardening and even the most experienced gardener can learn from the unrestrained beauty around them." --Vincent A. Simeone

About Us


Keep Pueblo Beautiful Association is a 501 (c) 3 Non-profit organization. We are a collective of like minded citizens who want to promote the city of Pueblo through planting and maintaining pocket gardens, providing colorful flower baskets to hang in our downtown areas, weeding and picking up trash in common spaces, promoting recycling and anti-littering campaigns and educating citizens with water-wise workshops and guest speakers.
All donations to KPB are tax deductible!

Our Mission


Keep Pueblo Beautiful's mission is to promote and beautify Pueblo through preservation, partnership and education. Volunteers are key to our existence. We are independent of the City and County of Pueblo.
2018 Keep Pueblo Beautiful Board of Directors:
President: Shawn Vidmar Devine
Vice President: Barbara Vidmar
Secretary: Susan Murzynski
Treasurer: Bill Adams

Past President: Daina Patterson (relocated)
Life Members: John Perri and Bob Gilliland

Past Programs


Trees for Today:
One of KPB's better known programs. When thousands of American Elms were killed by Dutch Elm disease in the 1970's, City officials sought the help of a non-profit group to help replace lost shade-cover. For over 35 years, KPB distributed about 9,000 trees through advertisements in the local newspaper. Individuals were able to purchase the trees for $35 with the organization absorbing the rest of the cost. Local Boy Scouts often volunteered to help those who needed assistance planting the trees.

Arbor Day Tree Giveaway:
Another program that was popular with many of the community's youngsters was the Arbor Day Tree Giveaway to area third graders for several years. The tiny evergreen seedlings were given through School Districts 60 and 70 in cooperation with the Pueblo County Extension service. About 10,000 of the seedlings were given and many now stand rooftop tall.

An essay contest about trees was started at one Pueblo school in connection with the seedling program. The contest continued to invovle all third graders in District 60 and 70.

Join!


For $25 a year (Individual Membership) or $50 (Business Membership) you contribute to these great programs and are welcome at the monthly meetings.
General Membership meetings are on the third Wednesday of each month. The meetings are held at Magpies Restaurant at 229 S. Union Ave, Pueblo CO 81003, 719-542-5522 on the THIRD Wednesday of each month at NOON.

Individual Annual Membership
$25.00
Business Account Annual Membership
$50.00