- Keep Homestead Beautiful
Keep Homestead Beautiful
Homestead's Commitment to the Environment
Keep Homestead Beautiful is the City of Homestead's beautification and conservation initiative that encourages residents and visitors to take care of our community by picking up litter, cleaning graffiti, recycling, and planting native trees and plants. Keep Homestead Beautiful is part of Homestead's commitment to the quality of life for our residents today and tomorrow.
There are several ways you can get involved with the Keep Homestead Beautiful Initiative, like:
- Organize neighborhood cleanups and join the City's Keep Homestead Beautiful Facebook Group to connect with other interested residents.
- Volunteer to help elderly or disabled neighbors with their yardwork
- Follow the City's posted solid waste pickup schedule, which is available here
- Report illegal dumping to City of Homestead Code Compliance online by clicking here, or calling 305-224-5580
- Report unsafe or unsightly neighborhood conditions to City of Homestead Code Compliance by clicking here, or calling 305-224-5580
Littering and illegal dumping are not only unsightly and bad for the environment, but can also carry some serious penalties. Below are some common offenses and the fines or penalties that can be issued by City of Homestead Police Department and City of Homestead Code Compliance:
- Littering - $150 fine to individuals or up to $500 per day to property owners
- Illegal Dumping - up to $500 per day or arrest and vehicle confiscation if done for commercial purposes
- Bulk Trash Violation - up to $500 per day
- Overgrown Grass - up to $500 per day
Thank you for your commitment to Keep Homestead Beautiful! Together, we can ensure our quality of life for today and tomorrow.