Virginia Beach Clean Community Commission

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. VB Clean Community Volunteers, Inc. is the nonprofit that supports the VBCCC's activities.


The Commission meets on 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 the City of Virginia Beach Landscape Management building, at 4141 Dam Neck Road.​

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 
Volunteer opportunities for Virginia Beach residents.​

VBCCC Commissioner Named Cox Conserves Hero!


VBCCC Volunteer Opportunities


Keeping Virginia Beach​​ Beautiful

The Virginia Beach Clean Community Commission now serves as the governing body of the Virginia Beach Keep America Beautiful (KAB) Affiliate. KAB welcomed Virginia Beach to its expanding nationwide, community-based network of affiliates, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, in City Council Chambers. Susan Burkhardt, KAB Affiliate Marketing and Training Senior Director, addressed the Virginia Beach City Council to make the announcement.
The VBCCC and Keeping Virginia Beach Beautiful will provide numerous community greening and litter reduction-related volunteer opportunities.
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