To report graffiti call:
(760) 451-3144

Community Projects
Community Clean Up Spring 2017 PDF 


Fallbrook Beautification Alliance members and a host of other volunteers braved the early heat wave to clean approximately 18 miles of Fallbrook's roadways and parks Saturday, April 22,  between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.  Representatives from Fallbrook Land Conservancy, SkoolLive, Bonsall Adopt-a-Road and the Fallbrook Garden Club volunteered along with many conscientious community residents and families.

The Chair of the Clean Up, Julie Gipner, reported that 42 volunteers, including 9 children, participated and removed over 1,621 pounds of trash, recycling and illegally-dumped items.  In addition, a number of large items that required special handling/removal were located.  

Special recognition goes to:

Angie Meza (mother) and daughter Madilyn Meza from Girl Scout Troop 2919 (shown above) helped to reduce waste while showing off their creativity by "Blinging a Bucket" to use at the clean up.  FBA greatly appreciates volunteers that go above and beyond by bringing their own reusable supplies to help us reduce waste at clean-up events.  
 Potter Junior High Schooler Aaron Roberts (shown above with FBA Event Chair Julie Gipner) retired 4 hours of community service, making at least 7 trips to various fields and roadways in downtown Fallbrook, returning with bags of trash on each occasion.  
A photo of trash from the event in a dumpster between Fallbrook Library and Fallbrook Art Center.
Welcome Home Tribute PDF 

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In a show of support for the servicemen and women stationed at Camp Pendleton, an official military “Welcome Home” area with a plaque embedded in a large rock in tribute to the brave men and women who serve this country was installed on East Mission Road, just west of I-15 on May 26, 2012.

Downtown Flower Pots PDF 

Judy Sanacore, Steward of Fallbrook's downtown flowerpots

Fallbrook residents enjoy a downtown lined with flowerpots full of vibrant flowers and foliage.

Public Art PDF 

Fallbrook's Public Art

Maintain Public Art – Volunteers regularly clean and maintain over 30 works of art in the community in addition to maintaining 6 murals.

Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green PDF 


Keeping Fallbrook Clean and Green is a major goal of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance, and includes the following programs:


  • Household Battery Recycling Program

Residents may drop off AAA, AA, C, D, button cell and 9-volt batteries (both rechargeable and single-use) at Albertson's or Major Market in Fallbrook.  The program is in partnership with Fallbrook Waste & Recycling/EDCO, Fallbrook Village Rotary, Albertson's and Major Market.


  • Graffiti removal

Graffiti removal is done throughout the community by volunteer members of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance- call 760-451-3144 to report graffiti


  • Cleaning and maintenance of the many pieces of public art that adorn our community


  • The annual Fallbrook Community Clean-Up Day

This event is held each September in coordination with I Love A Clean San Diego and the California Coastal Commission.  This year's event is September 17.  Click here for more information.

The team from Kim Steel & Associates from Weichert Realty, pictured below, collected the most trash during the 2015 event, bringing in 281 pounds of debris...including 7 discarded tires! 



 Fallbrook Community Clean-Up 2015

Members of the community lent their support to Fallbrook Community Clean-Up on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, in coordination with the I Love a Clean San Diego event.  Board member Mary Jo Back reported that eighty-two people volunteered to clean up the downtown area alone! - Shane Gibson photo


Participants pick up trash along Main Street in Fallbrook - Shane Gibson photo          

Participants Cardin Boyd, 7, of Brown Pack Trip #2362 picks up trash at Don Dussault County Park during the annual Fallbrook Cleanup Day on Sept. 19 - Shane Gibson photo

Pico Promenade PDF 


Pico Promenade


Jackie Heyneman Park PDF 

Beech Street Park

Maintain and beautify Jackie Heyneman Park (formerly Beech St. Park) -- The refurbishing of our community park continues with new fencing, repaired pathways and new plant materials.

South Mission Road Medians PDF 

Mission Street Median Fallbrook


Maintain and beautify the North and South Mission Medians – The north and south Mission medians are being refurbished with new plants and re-worked irrigation.

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