Keep DeRidder Beautiful (KDB)

Keep DeRidder Beautiful (KDB), a DeRidder City Government organization, became an official Keep America Beautiful affiliate in March 2008. KDB will focus on Litter Prevention, Beautification, Community Improvement and Waste Reduction in the City of DeRidder.
Keep DeRidder Beautiful Logo
Partnerships will be developed through education, participation in programs and activities to improve the physical environment and quality of life in DeRidder.  KDB has worked with the Mayor and City Council to enact ordinances to improve the quality of life for residents.


The goals of the Keep DeRidder Beautiful Committee are:
  • To alter littering behavior through the development of the community’s sense of pride and ownership
  • To encourage community participation through public awareness campaigns and organized litter cleanup activities
  • To make "DeRidder Wins When You Pitch In” phrase and image widely recognized by the citizens of DeRidder
  • To improve the natural environment and beauty of DeRidder
  1. Alice Foster Award

    Named for Former First Lady, Alice Foster, the award recognizes a volunteer leader for exceptional leadership in litter prevention, waste reduction, recycling and beautification.

  2. Board Information

    Keep DeRidder Beautiful offers plenty of opportunities for individuals to get involved in making our programs a success! Whether you are able to donate your time, make a financial contribution or donate goods or services, Keep DeRidder Beautiful appreciates your contributions!

  3. Photo Album

    Review photos of events hosted by the KDB.

  4. Recycling

    Recycling begins when individuals collect and set aside materials to be recovered through drop-off, school, office building, and other collection programs. Haulers pick up recyclables and transport them to a processing facility where they are separated to create the highest value raw materials. These are sold to manufacturers for making new products. The cycle begins again when consumers purchase products and packaging with recycled content.

  5. Yellow Pages Opt Out

    Developed in partnership between the Local Search Association and the Association of Directory Publishers, provides an easy and secure way for residents to control the number of Yellow Pages telephone directories they receive or to stop directory delivery entirely.