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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.

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Summer Community Cleanups - Need Volunteers!
Join the HCCC Litter Awareness Committee for our Community Cleanups, the third Friday of each month. Sign up today to join us on Queen Street July 17, Aberdeen Road on August 21, and Shell Road on September 18. Contact hccc@hampton.gov or 727-1130 now! Read on...
Volunteers Needed for Cigarette Litter Prevention Program
HCCC needs adult volunteers to pass out pocket ashtrays and small information pieces about cigarette litter to smokers at Buckroe Beach at various times. One (or two) volunteer(s) could help one time, or more often. For information: 727-1158. Read on...
Congratulations to Hampton’s May and June Yard of the Month Winners!
May winners were: Nick & Patty Nicholas, Dorothy Woolard, and Charles & Celestine Johnson. June winners were: Martha Keith, Ronald & Moni Owens, and Benjamin Artis. These Hampton residents have exemplary sustainable landscapes filled with beauty. Read on...
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Contact Us
Deborah L. Blanton
Executive Coordinator 

1296 Thomas St.
Hampton, VA 23669

Ph: (757) 727-1130 

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.