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The West End Beautification and Trail Project is under way!

1000 feet of drip system is being installed at the main entrance to the Fairgrounds. The watering system has been made possible by a grant from Keep America Beautiful. Funding for trees has been donated by Milestown Community Improvement Incorporated and another private source. Thank you to Rob Pederson from Northern Landscape for partnering with us in this project.


Thank you to those who helped with the Great American Cleanup!  
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While we met at the Gazebo in Riverside Park to coordinate city-wide cleanup efforts, Dannette and Craig Cremer were hard at work cleaning around Hammill Court just across Main Street. Their efforts were noticed by KMCB board members and this sign has been placed on their property to acknowledge their contribution to the beautification of our great city.

Congratulations to the Cremers!




Keep Miles City Beautiful, in November 2010, became an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s largest nonprofit community improvement and education organization.  KAB believes that we each have an obligation to preserve our communities.  Through the work of individuals, we collectively have a huge impact on the world.


Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are needed for cleanups April through October and for America Recycles Day in November.  The Adopt-a-Spot program appreciates groups and families who adopt designated sites for cleanup.

Call KMCB at 951-1129 for more information. Learn More


















In the Community
KMCB volunteers participate in a host of ongoing and one-time projects in Miles City.  Activities include Adopt-a-Pot, Adopt-a-Spot, Bucking Horse Sale and Fairgrounds Recycling, Great American Cleanup and more.