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Mini-Grant Application


Litter clean up mini-grants are based on cleanup of litter on public land areas such as alleys, streets, sidewalks, roadsides, lakes, etc. Required information includes photographs, a recycling component and community enhancement plans, location of cleanup and estimated number of participants. Cleanups conducted on County or State Adopt-A-Mile right-of-ways are not eligible to receive a grant. Mini-Grants come from the Litter Reduction and Recycling Fund administered by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. Please make a copy for your records.

Date of Cleanup: Raindate:
General Area of Cleanup:
Name of Group:
Contact Person:
Address: Zip:
Phone (home): Phone (work): E-mail:

Describe your litter cleanup project. Please include information regarding litter cleanup on public land areas (lakes, roadsides, alleys, streets, sidewalks, etc.) Include recycling and community enhancement plans, location of cleanup and estimated number of participants. Photos of your litter cleanup must be included to receive all of your grants. A digital camera is available to check out.

I have read, understood, and will follow the Guidelines for the KLLCB Cleanup Mini-grant

Keep Lincoln & Lancaster County Beautiful
3140 "N" Street • Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: 441-8035; Fax: 441-6206
E-Mail: kllcb@lincoln.ne.gov


InterLinc City of Lincoln Departments Category Location

Health Environmental Public Health Environmental Quality KLLCB