The Virginia Beach Clean Community Commission is a City Council-appointed group formed in 1980 to undertake the task of promoting litter prevention, recycling, beautification and general environmental awareness through educational projects designed to reach all segments of our community. The Commission meets on a bi-monthly basis. These meetings are held the second Thursdays in January, March, May, July, September, and November of each year. These evening meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. at Kempsville Recreation Center, Room 113, 800 Monmouth Lane.
In Virginia Beach, presentations and educational resources are provided to school clubs, community organizations and business on litter prevention and awareness. The Clean Community Commission and Waste Management work together to provide great
VBCCC Volunteer Opportunities
Dan Baxter, Virginia Beach Clean Community Commission Chairman,
receives his certificate for volunteering 5,000 hours to the City of Virginia Beach
from Linda Minner, Public Works Liaison to the Commission. The VBCCC
celebrated this accomplishment at its November 14 meeting.