Keep Evansville Beautiful Announces A New Partnership


Keep Evansville Beautiful Announces A New Partnership with the Indiana Department of Correction, The Indiana Department of Transportation and the Vanderburgh County Sheriff For Litter Abatement

Evansville, Indiana – Keep Evansville Beautiful thanks Commissioner Bruce Lemmon of the Indiana Department of Correction and his commitment to litter abatement in Vanderburgh County. The availability of offenders from the Branchville and Wabash Valley Facilities twice monthly will considerably improve the appearance of these state highways.

Keep Evansville Beautiful recognizes the continuing contribution of Vanderburgh County Sheriff Eric Williams through the dedication of offenders in the Community Corrections Program. The Community Corrections offenders will continue litter abatement along these and other state roads and will assist the new program by retrieving the bags of litter filled by the state offenders.

Keep Evansville Beautiful thanks the Indiana Department of Transportation for supplying the trash bags and the funding for refuse disposal.

“The spirit of cooperation demonstrated by these government agencies to remove litter from area roads is deeply appreciated by Keep Evansville Beautiful. We are delighted to learn that the aluminum and plastics will be separated and recycled by the state offenders” said Cheryl Musgrave.