Code Enforcement Project
Keep Rockland Beautiful recognizes that cleanups are not a sufficient response to the litter problem. Via the Code Enforcement Taskforce, KRB advocates for increased enforcement of laws pertaining to motorist litter and property maintenance. An estimated 50% of litter comes from uncovered trash cans and trucks, loading docks and sources other than motorist “litterbugs”.
Code Enforcement Symposium
This annual training event for code officials began in 2005.
Swat a litterbug!
If you see someone littering from their car, or trash blowing out from the back of a truck, the County Sheriff’s Department will send the vehicle owner a warning letter based on your report to Keep Rockland Beautiful. Download the form below and share it with your friends or you can send us the following information:
- Date and Time
- Street and Town
- Vehicle License Plate
- Vehicle Color and Model
- Type of Trash
- Your contact info
You can mail, e-mail, phone or fax this information to Keep Rockland Beautiful. The complaints are confidential and screened for accuracy. This means we match the license plate with the vehicle model and color.
*Littering must occur in Rockland to complete a successful litterbug report