About Us

Our Mission

The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) is a non-profit volunteer organization working with community partners to enhance Fallbrook’s visual appeal. It was founded in 2005 as a result of a recommendation from the Fallbrook Revitalization Council to improve collaboration between groups and individuals dedicated to making and keeping Fallbrook beautiful.

As an unincorporated area without a maintenance district, the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) was formed to maintain and beautify our community by completing projects to enhance and beautify Fallbrook's outdoor spaces, bringing organizations and people together to better serve the community, and developing a plan for future funding by the state and county.


The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance was honored with the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce 2016 Non-Profit of the Year Award.

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Our Projects

  Volunteers put in countless hours working on specific projects undertaken to improve Fallbrook’s aesthetic appeal. Your support provides funding to continue our ongoing projects (click photo above for more information).

Our Sponsors

We couldn't accomplish our goals without the generous support of our sponsors (click above for a list). 

Upcoming Programs

 The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) is excited to roll out a NEW community service program,

“Keeping Fallbrook Litter-Free”, where neighbors will volunteer to remove litter in their neighborhoods.  Our goal is a litter-free Fallbrook.  The program consists of twenty Zones covering 49 square miles.  Each Zone will have a Captain who will recruit volunteers and oversee clean-up efforts in their zone.  This on-going program, with neighbors working together, will encourage pride at the neighborhood level while keeping our Village litter free.  The program will also provide credits to our young volunteers in need of school community service hours.  Volunteers will commit to picking up a 5-gallon bucket of litter a week. 

Keeping Fallbrook Litter-Free

Marta Donovan,  

FBA’s Keep Fallbrook Litter-Free Coordinator, in action with Dan Clouse.


 Safety vests, pickers, gloves and collection buckets will be provided for the volunteers.

To volunteer in your neighborhood, use the “ contact us” form on this web site (below) or 

contact Marta at (760)405-4054. 

Upcoming Events

+ Event Details

                             Coming soon --  the launch of our newest program 

                                           Keeping Fallbrook Litter Free 

                                                  (see above for details)!

Community Resources

Report Graffiti

Call  760-451-3144 to report graffiti in public areas, and our volunteers will remove or paint over it.  


Last year FBA volunteers spent over 160 hours cleaning about 700 items of graffiti in Fallbrook.

Household Battery Recycling

Residents can recycle used batteries of all sizes -- AAA, AA, C, D, button cell, 9-volt, both rechargeable and single use -- at Albertson's, Major Market, and Northgate Market.    


For information on where to dispose of batteries not listed above, contact Fallbrook Waste & Recycling, 550 W. Aviation Rd., 760-728-6114.


FBA is grateful to EDCO Waste & Recycling, Fallbrook Village Rotary, Albertson's, Major Market, and Northgate Market for their partnership on this important project.


No-Cost Chipping

The Fire Safe Council of San Diego County is offering no-cost chipping service for residents of high fire-risk areas of the county. 


Click above for more information.

Volunteer

Are you passionate about what we're doing?  Let us know! 

We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. 

We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. 


Fill in our Contact form below with specific information about your area of interest if you have one, and we'll get back to you.  


We're excited to have you join the team!

Contact Us

Contact Form

Fallbrook Beautification Alliance

P.O. Box 434, Fallbrook, CA 92088-434

info@fallbrookbeautification.org

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