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Clean City Commission
The Hampton Clean City Commission works to improve and enhance the physical environment of Hampton through beautification, solid waste management education, coastal awareness activities, and litter abatement programs; educates citizens; and encourages their participation. As an affiliate of Keep AmericaBeautiful Inc., we share the philosophy that each of us has a responsibility for enhancing our community environment.

C.H.A.N.G.E. (Community Helps All New Growth Emerge)
Hampton’s Clean City Commission has won a $10,000 grant from Keep America Beautiful that will provide scholarships for high school and college students who engage in a new anti-litter program called C.H.A.N.G.E.


If you have questions about this program, please email  or call (757) 727-1130.

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To volunteer, please call (757) 727-1130 or complete our application online.

To apply for a position on the HCCC board, complete the Board Bank Application.

To receive updates on Hampton Clean City Commission activities and programs by email sign up here.

Check out our web site photo gallery and visit our Facebook photo albums for more photos.
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