The City’s Good to Great Neighborhood Improvement Program is moving into two new areas.
The new sections include Area #31 (between Goddard, Telegraph, Northline and Beech Daly) and Area #32 (Pardee, Brest, Telegraph and Northline). Earlier this year, the program finished two other sections on the far west side of the community along Inkster Road, just north and south of Goddard.
Good to Great focuses on making enhancements such as general beautification, park improvements, signage, tree trimming, utilities, roads, catch basins, neighborhood businesses, LED lighting, blight removal, sewer maintenance and even public safety.
The goal of the campaign is neighborhood improvement and compliance with local laws. During these efforts the City welcomes comments and concerns. All electronic feedback can be directed to Sam DiCicco at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please title your email “Good to Great Program, Area #31-32.”
As part of this program, the Taylor Police will be holding meet-and-greet sessions with residents. These gatherings will be held at the following dates, times and locations:
- Area 31: 5-6 p.m. October 3 in the Taylor High School parking lot.
- Area 32: 5-6 p.m. October 17 in the Sheridan Open Air Pavilion, Heritage Park.
G2G also offers a free mulch program for property enhancement. Free mulch located in the following locations:
- Rotary Park parking lot.
- Kennedy Drive.
The program also continues to offer a discount tree program. These trees are replacements or additions in the easement (between sidewalk and street) of residential properties. These are easement-friendly trees and are offered at various discount prices. DPW will install them in a bed of soft-edge mulch and provide a slow-release watering bag per tree
The following trees are being offered:
- $275 Kwanzan Cherry
- $275 Snow Goose Cherry
- $275 Perfect Purple Crabapple
- $265 Cleveland Select Pear
For more information on the tree program, contact DiCicco at email@example.com.