Mayor Timothy J. Davlin
has presented awards in the
city’s fifth annual, local beautification contest, Springfield In Bloom. This
neighborhood improvement initiative spearheaded by Illinois Times and
Springfield Green called on residents, neighborhood groups and businesses to
nominate both new and existing landscaping projects that they feel were making
the biggest impacts on street-side beautification. Click
HERE for more.
is dedicated to the beautification of the Capital City area, benefiting the
environment, and improving the quality of life for everyone, resident and
visitor alike, whose backbone is its partnership with local businesses and
|Springfield Green changes out downtown planters
four times a year. Click HERE to see the
plant varieties used in the planters.
PLANT THE TOWN RED BULB BONANZA
Springfield Green announces the availability of FREE Red Oxford Tulip Bulbs for its members, neighborhood, nonprofit, civic club projects on public or common ground in preparation for America In Bloom judges’ visit.
Approved applicants (see attachment), may pick up bulbs on Wednesday, October 22nd at 5:30 p.m. at the University of Illinois Extension Office located in the northwest quadrant of the Illinois State Fairgrounds closest to Gates 7, 8 or 11. This distribution effort is being held in conjunction with an informational meeting on America In Bloom and bulb planting tips. Springfield Green is a community-supported program and accepts donations to cover the costs of such projects for any groups who wish to contribute towards the Plant the Town Red Efforts! Click here for more information.
Want to learn more about Mayor Tim
Davlin's litter removal program? Click here to learn how your business
or organization can Adopt-a-Street.