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Volunteer Activity
Overview
Volunteers are an important part of the planning and implementation of the Greenway project. Adopt-A-Spot volunteers are community members who participate actively in helping to keep the Greenway trash-free and looking good. Citizen members of the Greenway Advisory Committee assist in the oversight and expansion of the trails system. View a map and list of current volunteers.

A wide variety of Greenway projects have been accomplished through volunteers. Numerous Boy Scouts have contributed to the Greenway through their Eagle Scout project. Greenway amenities such as benches, picnic tables and trash receptacles have all been built by volunteers. In addition, volunteers have built and installed many of the unique Greenway post and rail fences.

If you are interested in being a Greenway volunteer, email or call the Greenway Coordinator at 638-4379.

Amenities
Greenway amenities such as benches, picnic tables and trash receptacles have all been built by volunteers. In addition, volunteers have built and installed many of the unique Greenway post and rail fences.

Beautification & Wildlife Enhancement
Beautification and wildlife enhancement have also been a part of the Greenway project. Approximately 1200 trees and numerous shrubs have been planted along the Greenway, largely through efforts of the Urban Forestry Division of Parks & Recreation. Wildlife enhancements have also been added, such as nesting boxes for wood ducks, bird houses and bat boxes.