Adopt-a-Highway

35+ years of keeping South Carolina beautiful Since 1987, Adopt-A-Highway volunteers have been cleaning up litter along South Carolina highways. The SCDOT coordinated the Adopt-A-Highway program until 2012 when it…

Camera Loan Program

Litter prevention through accountability PalmettoPride offers different types of surveillance equipment, which enforcement agencies may borrow. With these cameras, enforcement officers have the tools necessary to keep an eye on “hotspots” in…

Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

Nothing “butt” litter Through our partnership with Keep America Beautiful, South Carolinians have an opportunity to participate in the nation’s largest program aimed at reducing cigarette litter. Community members can start making a…

Clean Teams

Team up to clean up PalmettoPride Clean Teams gives citizens a simple framework to facilitate their participation. We need your help to engage neighbors, family and friends to adopt a…

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

Your resource for CPTED training Our physical surroundings provide psychological cues informing us whether a space is safe for our intended activity. We subconsciously learn to recognize and avoid unsafe…

Environmental Sculptures

Art inspiring action Beautification is a tactic of litter prevention and art can change a community in a positive way. Dating back to 2013, PalmettoPride first began its…

Great South Carolina Cleanup

What is it? Every spring, PalmettoPride and Keep South Carolina Beautiful coordinate the Great South Carolina Cleanup, a volunteer litter pickup program. When is it? Annually, first day of spring to the first day…

Keep South Carolina Beautiful

Help us move toward a more beautiful South Carolina Want to help your community become more beautiful, but unsure how to move forward? Creating a local Keep America Beautiful affiliate gives…

Louie the Lion

Teaching South Carolina youth to take pride since 2002 Louie the Lion is PalmettoPride’s mascot serving as an ambassador to children of all ages. As the King of Litter…

Monofilament Recycling

Closing the loop Monofilament is single strand fishing line and is typically a strong flexible clear plastic that is tinted blue, pink or green. Discarded monofilament is harmful to wildlife and a…