About Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful

On September 17, 2002, the Copperas Cove City Council established the Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful Commission (KCCB). The Commission allows for 15 volunteer members to serve on the board. Each member is approved by the City Council. The Commission’s responsibility is to recommend policies related to litter prevention, beautification and community improvement and the minimization of solid waste.

Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful believes the best way to prevent litter is through education. KCCB takes every opportunity to teach young children about recycling and preventing waste and litter. We have three main areas of focus. They are:
1) Education and Public Awareness
2) Litter Prevention
3) Beautification and Property Improvement.

Mission Statement
To empower and educate citizens while enhancing the environment of Copperas Cove

To Find Out More
The public is invited to attend our board meetings. The meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Central Fire Station Classroom located at 415 S. Main St.

Executive Board
President: Elizabeth Sherman
Vice President: Edith Freyer
Secretary: Silvia Rhoads
Treasurer: Dawn Hale
Parliamentarian: Lynette Sowell

Commissioners
Mary Derrick
Cody Foreman
Edith Freyer
Dawn Hale
Julie Norman
Marc Payne
Silvia Rhoads
Eloina “Bo” Roldan
Elizabeth Sherman
Lynette Sowell

KCCB Executive Director
Roxanne Flores-Achmad

Ph:(254) 547-4242