City of Weston Lakes, Texas

City of Weston Lakes, Texas

Weston Lakes, Texas

Who We Are

Mission Statement:

The mission of Keep Weston Lakes Beautiful (KWLB) is to engage and educate our residents to take greater responsibility for improving community environments through education, beautification and volunteerism.

Our goal is to organize, as volunteers, and implement cleanup and educational programs to prevent litter, reduce trash, and beautify our community and natural environment, all to raise the pride level of our community.

KWLB is non-political. We are simply a group of caring resident volunteers pulling together to make our community environment even better.

On January 5, 2017, Weston Lakes became an affiliate member of Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB). By doing so, residents of the City of Weston Lakes take responsibility for improving their immediate community’s environment by focusing on litter prevention, community beautification and waste reduction.

In March, 2018, Keep Weston Lakes Beautiful became a Silver Star Affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB).


WOW!!! Check it out, and way to go Weston Lakes!

Congratulations Keep Weston Lakes Beautiful on receiving the President’s Circle Recognition Award for 2018! This time-honored recognition celebrates your Good Standing as a Keep America Beautiful Affiliate and the successful completion of all reporting requirements. Well done!

Your passion and dedication to your community truly shows. Thank you for helping to keep your community clean, green, and beautiful. Your hard work sets the standard for our affiliates and helps strengthen our network.

Board of Directors:

President – Buddy Williams

Treasurer – Allison Dewees

Secretary – Nancy Case

Rachel Durham and Beau Blackard

Executive Director: Carol Fairbanks

Advisory Board:

Katelyn Surface Gray, Charles Sheffield, Julie Sawyer, Barbara Ball and Donna Rodgers.

Founding Board Members:

Carol Fairbanks, Carole Sandoval, Dana Sarles, Nancy Rose, Nancy Case, Tricia Wright, Janet Bartek, Earleen Hopkins and Terri Oliver.