Accepting ideas for CleanScapes $10,000 community improvement project

Monday, June 27, 2011

From now until July 31, Shoreline residents are invited to submit ideas for a community improvement project worth $10,000. 

Project ideas will be reviewed by a committee of neighborhood representatives, and the winning project will be installed and maintained by CleanScapes, in coordination with the City of Shoreline.

Five benches on the Trail
Last year, CleanScapes funded the installation of five new benches along the Interurban Trail as the winning project.

CleanScapes will award this year’s project to residents in the Friday collection area for demonstrating the greatest reduction in waste from 2010 to 2011. This area includes all or part of the following neighborhoods: Highland Terrace, Meridian Park, Parkwood, Richmond Highlands, and Westminster Triangle.

Do you have a great idea for a community project? Submit your idea on the CleanScapes websiteemail CleanScapes to request a paper form, or download it from the SAN.

Interested in helping your neighborhood win? The 2011-2012 competition is underway, giving you the chance to compete for a $10,000 community project in your neighborhood.

Visit the CleanScapes Shoreline website (click on “Community”) to read more about the Neighborhood Rewards program, and for ideas on how to reduce waste and help your community at the same time.

In addition to providing solid waste and recycling services to residential and commercial customers in Seattle and Shoreline, WA, CleanScapes delivers comprehensive streetscape management services to businesses, public facility districts, and municipalities in Seattle, Portland, OR, and San Francisco, CA.

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