We have been given a rare, once-in-a-generation opportunity to shape Sequoia Park’s future for the next 100 years and we need your help.
Whether you are an individual with only a few extra dollars to contribute, a small business able to make a larger donation, a local contractor who can donate some time or expertise, a landscaper who would like to help improve the part, or a well-funded organization contemplating a positive, community-oriented, project to express civic pride and involvement; please make a contribution this holiday season to the Sequoia Park Improvement Fund.
The goal of this exciting, new program is to strengthen our neighborhoods by supporting volunteers to work together to maintain and beautify our streets contributing to a sense of pride and connection.
We will provide everything you need to be a steward of your neighborhood, including litter pick-up supplies such as trash pickers, bags, gloves, and disposal.
Have a green thumb? We will provide what you need to help you weed the gutters and sidewalk street trees; such as shovels, rakes, and plantings.
Have another idea? Let us know and we may be able to help.
The City of Eureka is launching a brand-new Neighborhood Beautification Program and we need your help!
We are returning to W. Wabash to build on our efforts from our May 1st event. This time, it will be on June 26. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
Want to help contribute to a stronger and more beautiful neighborhood? Then come join us! This event will focus on the West Wabash neighborhood. We’ll meet at Express Personnel at 14 West Wabash Street.