Parks and Trail Vision Plan

The members of Fort Bend Green and the Fort Bend County Parks and Recreation Department are creating a Vision Plan for the future of Fort Bend County’s parks and trails! What’s YOUR vision for parks, trails, and open spaces in Fort Bend County? Join us at one of our community open houses to learn more about the plan and let your voice be heard! MEETING LOCATIONS: Jones Creek [...]

Second Annual Wildflower and Native Seeding Project

Fort Bend Green and their Keep Fort Bend Beautiful committee are excited to share that our second annual Wildflower and Native Seeding Project will commence this week for our fall planting! We are partnering again this year with WHF and Fort Bend County Parks Director, Darren McCarthy and will be seeding close to 30 acres throughout the County in all 4 precincts! This is something to celebrate! By embracing these [...]

Textile Recycling

Fort Bend Green along with their Keep Fort Bend Beautiful committee are excited to announce that we are partnering with Green City Recycler and Fort Bend County Parks to bring textile recycling to Fort Bend County! These convenient bins have been placed at 3 parks throughout the County (Jones Creek Ranch Park, Kitty Hollow Park and Four Corners Recreation Center). If you have any textiles that you’re ready to part with but are not suitable for [...]

2023 Fall Sweep

On Monday, September 4th the Keep Fort Bend Beautiful Committee organized a Fall Sweep clean up event which took place at Blueridge Park and Byrd Cemetery. Many community members came out to participate including the Fort Bend Black Heritage Society members and students from Foster and Terry High Schools. More than 500 pounds of trash and debris was removed from the two locations and some much needed maintenance [...]

Arbor Day Celebration

Fort Bend Green and Keep Fort Bend Beautiful will be hosting an Arbor Day Celebration event on April 28th from 9am-11am. This event will be held at Kitty Hollow Park where FBG President, Katie Golzarri will update community members on the KFBB Wildflower project and other upcoming FBG projects. Missouri City has generously donated a tree to be planted in honor of the Wildlife Habitat Federation and their [...]

Ribbon Cutting for the Community Gardens & Juneteenth celebration

Fort Bend Green has been helping the County Judge's office, in partnership with Lucille's 1913, to promote the community gardens initiative at Bates Allen Park in Kendleton. A ribbon cutting was held, in conjunction with a Juneteenth celebration, on June 18, 2022. The community garden will take up 10 acres of the 200+ acres at the Park. The park was used as farmland long before it became a park [...]

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