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Keep Coral Gables Beautiful

Keep Coral Gables Beautiful is a local affiliate of the Keep America Beautiful and Keep Florida Beautiful organizations. 

Keep Coral Gables Beautiful Mission Statement:

To promote environmental sustainability and educate the community to take action every day to reduce litter from our open spaces & waterways, improve recycling effort and keep our City Beautiful.

Executive Director(s) Contact Information:

  • Name: Solanch Lopez & Matthew Anderson
  • Office Address: 405 Biltmore Way, Suite 100, Coral Gables, FL 33125. Phone: (305) 569-1835 | (305) 460-5008
  • Email:

Keep Coral Gables Beautiful Affiliate Report [PDF]

Coral Gables Resolution Signed 2019-222 [PDF]


Ocean Conservancy, and Keep Coral Gables Beautiful are looking forward to safely celebrating the 2020 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) with YOU! This year, the event in Miami-Dade County will feature a cleanup season from Sept. 19 through Nov. 1. Keep Coral Gables Beautiful and Vice Mayor Vince Lago encourage residents to participate in a Solo Cleanup throughout the cleanup season.

Participation is simple- Pick a location, gather supplies, and make sure you download the Clean Swell App to track your litter collection. The City will be hosting two Supply Pickup Locations at City Hall and the Biltmore Tennis Center. 

Supply Pickup Locations

City Hall: 405 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

* Ask for Solanch Lopez at the Coral Way Entrance.

Biltmore Tennis Center: 1150 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Make sure to share your #SoloCleanup on social media with the hashtags #KeepCoralGablesBeautiful, #CleanOn, and #MiamiCleanup2020.

“I’m honored to have spearheaded the collaboration for this coastal cleanup event. It is our duty to be proactive and care for the world we live in. As a father to two young girls, I am concerned about the future of our environment for the generations ahead. It is very important to teach our children and educate the public about the importance of conservation and reducing our carbon footprint. Awareness and education is key and events like these shine light on environmental concerns and teach our community on how to be stewards of our environment.” – Vice Mayor Vince Lago

For more information including safety guidelines, how to earn community service hours, and details on contests and prizes, please visit For information on King Tides, click here

* It is important that all COVID safety guidelines are followed and that collected waste is properly disposed at the end of your cleanup.