Submit Your 2022 Massachusetts Clean Community Award Nominations
The Massachusetts Clean Community Awards recognize volunteers, nonprofit leaders, government leaders, businesses, and municipal partners for exceptional environmental protection and community cleanup efforts.
Congratulations to our 2021 Clean Community Award winners!:
- KMB Environmental Legislator of the Year: Representative Michelle Ciccolo
- KMB Business Partner of the Year: MORSE Corporation of Cambridge
- KMB Chapter Leader of the Year: Laurie Drucker of Keep Attleboro Beautiful
- KMB Rookie Chapter of the Year: Keep Framingham Beautiful
- KMB Litter Buster of the Year: Paul Tosi of Plymouth
- KMB Municipal Partner of the Year: Michael Costello of the Rehoboth DPW
- KMB Youth Volunteer of the Year: Ethan Henshaw of Keep Salem Beautiful
If you missed our awards presentation on December 2, 2021, you can view a recording here.
We are currently accepting nominations for the 2022 Massachusetts Clean Community Awards. The deadline for 2022 nominations is September 15.
Please scroll down to submit your nomination.
Environmental Legislator of the Year
Recognize a Massachusetts legislator for his or her efforts to protect or enhance the Massachusetts environment.
KMB Business Partner of the Year
Recognize a Massachusetts business for its efforts to partner with Keep Massachusetts Beautiful to clean up and beautify a local community or our entire state.
KMB Litter Buster of the Year
Recognize an individual Massachusetts volunteer for his or her efforts to prevent and/or clean up litter in their community. The nominee must be a volunteer to be eligible for this award.
KMB Chapter Leader of the Year
Recognize a local KMB chapter leader for outstanding achievement and leadership.
KMB Municipal Partner of the Year
Recognize a municipal leader, such as a Select Board member, DPW employee, Sustainability Manager, or Board of Health member, for extraordinary efforts to implement sustainable practices and clean up or protect the local environment.
KMB Rookie Chapter of the Year
Recognize a KMB chapter that launched within the past 12 months for its impact and community improvement achievements.
KMB Youth Volunteer of the Year
Recognize a youth age 21 or younger for outstanding volunteer work on behalf of a local Keep Massachusetts Beautiful chapter or a related group that focuses on litter prevention & cleanup, waste reduction & recycling, beautification & community greening, or environmental education.