Report a Litterer

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Did you see that? That man threw a cigarette out the car window! Hey! That woman threw out a soda can! So what can you do about it? Report them throughReport a Litterer the Keep Montgomery County 's (KMCB) Report a Litterer program.

The Report a Litterer program allows citizens to turn in any people they observe tossing things out of their vehicle or accidentally littering from an uncovered load.

It's simple. All you need to do is write down a few things about the incident. You will need the license plate number ( Ohio plates only), make of the vehicle, time of day, location, date, who tossed the trash (driver or passenger) and the item littered.

After you've collected the appropriate information, you can submit it via the form below. Please be as accurate and honest when submitting information about the littering incident you observed.

When KMCB receives the information it is compared to Ohio 's vehicle registration database and an exact match is located. A letter is mailed to the litterer to remind them to put their trash where it belongs!

File Your Report Here

 

Report a Litterer FAQ's
  • If I see the person pull into a gas station or other store should I say something to them about their littering behavior?

Never confront another driver about littering. This could put you in a dangerous situation.

  • How long does it take for the litterer to get the letter?

Depending on monthly volume the report could take 2-4 weeks to process.

  • Can the litterer find out who turned them in?

Your submission is strictly confidential. The litterer will not be able to find out who submitted his or her name.

  • Will the litterer get a ticket?

No. The litterer will not receive a ticket. Law enforcement officials are the only people authorized to enforce local and state litter litter laws.

  • What will the litterer get in the mail?

After the report is processed, the litterer will receive a letter in the mail reminding him/her about the incident, along with information about state litter laws.

Highlights

Cleanup with The Dayton Dragons!


On May 10 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., volunteer with Dragons players, Heater, and the Dragons Green Team for a Great American Cleanup project. Volunteers are to meet at East End Community Services, 624 Xenia Avenue, Dayton, OH 45410. The cleanup will take place in the surrounding neighborhood (some walking will be required).

You don't have to bring anything or organize anything. Just register, show up, and have fun! It's a great way to give back to our community while meeting Dragons players, Heater, and the Green Team in the process! Just follow the link below to register:

www.daytondragons.com/cleanup

2014 KMCB Beautification Grant


Keep Montgomery County Beautiful is proud to announce the 2014 Beautification Grant. This grant is available on a competitive basis to Montgomery County 501©3 non-profit organizations,  volunteer groups and other applicable community organizations. The grant provides up to $1,000 to assist beautification projects taking place within Montgomery County. New for 2014: Graffiti abatement and community garden projects now eligible for funding. Grant applications must be received no later than March 14, 2014.

KMCB Application (PDF)

KMCB Application (Word) 

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2013 Beautification Grant Winners

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Community Cleanup Program

Having a large community cleanup or need help disposing of waste from a large illegal dump site? Eligible groups can apply for free delivery and pickup of a roll off container, which includes disposal costs. For more information and an application click here.

Application (PDF)
Application (Word)

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