ADOPT A GARDEN! READ ON......
The Keep Woodland Park Beautiful Committee was established to aid in the protection of the City of Woodland Park's community, wildlife, and natural beauty by reducing the accumulation of litter, junk, refuse, and rubbish while promoting the responsible handling of trash, refuse, and solid waste through education, enforcement, and an active community participation. For more information, please consult the Keep Woodland Park Beautiful website.
Keep Woodland Park Beautiful meets the first Monday of every month at 6:00PM in City Hall located at 220 W. South Avenue. Enter through City Council Chambers door. The public is always welcome to attend!
The Committee consists of nine to fifteen members who have no term limits.
Contact the Planning Department at (719) 687-5202 for more information.
Access the Keep Woodland Park Beautiful Library through the links below:
Are you Bear Aware?
For more information on being Bear Aware access our video at http://youtu.be/-zOGZcOwor0
This City of Woodland Park has a new area to focus on thanks to Alyssa Meier's "Bears and Woodland Park" presentation made at City Council on March 7, 2013. Go to the KWPB Reports/Materials link in our library (above) to review her PowerPoint presentation or click HERE to access the City Council Meeting and view her live presentation.
Check out the new Bear Aware Aware Woodland Park Page on Facebook at https://www.Facebook.com/#!/pages/Bear Aware-Woodland-Park/128696147314602?fref=ts
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Fourth Grade Picture (Below)
Did you know that you or your business can adopt a garden?
In 2014 KWPB started the City's first-ever Adopt-a-Garden Program! At the start of 2014 KWPB submitted a grant through Keep America Beautiful outlining this program. Though our committee did not receive this grant, it did provide opportunity to outline this program in detail. Not receiving this grant did not stop our momentum to making this program a reality. We gathered with City officials and worked through the details to move forward with 3 spots in the downtown area (See pictures below). These groups did a fabulous job of planting and maintaining these gardens in 2014! The plaques to acknowledge these groups for their efforts are being made and we hope to have them set in their gardens by spring 2015!! In 2015 our group has visions to implement more gardens. This program allows our groups visibility to the community while assisting in the beautification efforts of Woodland Park and lessening the burden for City crews maintaining gardens in the downtown area. If you are interested you can access the program outlined in our TroyBilt Grant and/or download the Adopt-a-Garden Agreement in the KWPB Library Reports/Materials [above].
Our THANKS to CC&V Mine for their donation of several boulders to place in the gardens with a plaque! (Above)
Junior Achievement (below) did an excellent job of planting and maintaining several areas outside the south entrance to the Public Library (off of Midland Avenue).
Foxworth-Galbraith (below) was the first business to step up to this opportunity by adopting the highly visible garden at the intersection of Grace Avenue and HWY 24. They did a superb job in giving this garden a mountain western vibe that is so inviting to our area visitors.
220 W South Ave
P.O. Box 9007
Woodland Park, CO 80866
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