Accepting ideas for CleanScapes’ $10,000 Community Improvement Project

Friday, August 10, 2012

CleanScapes invites Shoreline residents to submit ideas for a community improvement project worth $10,000.  

A committee of neighborhood representatives will select the winning projects, and CleanScapes, together with the City of Shoreline, will install and maintain the community amenities.

CleanScapes’ annual Neighborhood Waste Reduction competition rewards communities for reducing all waste – garbage, recycling and food scraps and yard debris.  In recent years, the winning neighborhoods chose to fund the installation of mile markers along the Interurban Trail designed by local artists, as well as public benches and picnic tables at Twin Ponds Community Garden.
Mile marker on the Interurban Trail
near Echo Lake Park.
Photo by Carl Dinse.
This year’s winners include portions of the Hillwood, Innis Arden, Richmond Beach and Richmond Highlands communities located in CleanScapes Thursday collection area.

Do you have a great idea for a community project? Go to the webpage and print out the Proposal Form. Forms are due by August 31, 2012 and may be emailed or mailed to 117 S Main St, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98104.
Interested in helping your neighborhood win next year? The 2012-2013 competition is underway, giving you the chance to compete for a $10,000 community project in your neighborhood.

Visit CleanScapes (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.


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