Purchase low-cost trees to cool your home, shade schoolyards, and create more livable outdoor community spaces!
Help reduce landfill waste: recycle curbside, Bring Your Own Bag to shop-call the (520) 791-5000 info line!
About Tucson Clean & Beautiful
TCB is a non-profit environmental advocacy and action organization founded in 1985 to preserve and improve our environment, conserve natural resources, and enhance quality of life in the City of Tucson and eastern Pima County. These goals are achieved through educational and hands-on programs emphasizing personal action in recycling and waste reduction, land stewardship, urban forestry and beautification. Originally established to keep our community litter-free, TCB has grown to coordinate programs and projects with a diversity of partners including government agencies, community groups, businesses, and the support of thousands of volunteers. Programs are supported by grants, memberships, business and personal donations, in-kind donations of materials and services.
- Registered neighborhood associations, homeowner associations, community/neighborhood groups and nonprofits within the City of Tucson limits may submit proposals for neighborhood scale green infrastructure project grants (up to $45,000 per City Ward). Learn more and apply for this program today!
- TCB's Annual Report is now available for download! If you prefer a printed copy please call (520) 791-3109 to request one.
- ONGOING: Dedicate a commemorative tree at Pantano River Park for $225 each - a lasting way to recognize and remember friends and family! Info: (520) 837-6832
TCB Board Meeting
Beat Back Buffelgrass Month 2018 – A Mountain Kickoff
Join us for the 11th Annual kickoff event for Beat Back Buffelgrass Month! Sign up as a volunteer, and group leaders may register additional volunteer sites at www.buffelgrass.org...Read More
Shred Event, Household Hazardous Waste & E Waste Collection
Residents can shred personal documents, drop off household hazardous waste and electronic recycling items. Enter collection event by turning north on Prudence Rd. ...Read More