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Have you met Figgy, yet?

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We need your help to Keep Friendswood Beautiful

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Keep Friendswood Beautiful Sponsored Events Keep Friendswood Beautiful Grant Incentive Program

    The Keep Friendswood Beautiful Grant Incentive Program is a partnership between the Keep Friendswood Beautiful Board of the City of Friendswood and Friendswood businesses, to initiate landscape improvement projects within the city for over all quality of life and beautification of the city. KFB supplies cash reimbursement for a landscape improvement project (not to exceed $2,000) and the business matches the contribution with cash or in-kind donations, such as local resources of volunteer labor, donated materials, professional services, etc.

Please click here for application


For more information please contact Parks and Recreation at (281) 996-3220.

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Cub Scout Pack 442, Den 16 is doing their part to Keep Friendswood Beautiful. The cubs and their parents purchased fresh soil and native plants and planted them to enhance and beautify the Compassionate Friends Monument bed in Stevenson Park. Their goal is to adopt this spot and maintain it for the rest of the year. KFB, assisted the Cubs with the selection of three native plants to ensure low maintenance.


Friendswood Friends Church volunteers helped Keep Friendswood Beautiful with a park-wide project in Stevenson Park.



More volunteers are needed in the City’s joint venture to Keep Friendswood Beautiful. For more information, please contact the City of Friendswood Community Services Department at 281-996-3220.

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We accept volunteers of all ages!

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Figgy the Eco-Friendly Squirrel

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Adopt-A-Spot Program

Many spots in our parks are available for adoption.  If you group or organization would like to adopt a spot, please submit the application available below:



Memorandum of Understanding


Articles from our Master Gardener, Kaye Corey: