Adopt A Drain Friday Today’s featured drains, Mikey and Leo, know the storm sewer doesn’t have to be filled with leaves and refuse. Clearing a drain helps keep debris out and it just takes a few minutes. These drains located at 1201 Lancaster Drive need a volunteer with some turtle power to adopt them. So […]
City of Champaign employees volunteered their time for a good cause on Saturday, May 13, 2017. The culminating event in the City’s celebration of National Public Service Recognition Week, City staff and their families helped clean up litter around the detention pond in the Ashland Park subdivision. For three years running, this area has been […]
Firefighters, staff from the Champaign Fire and Neighborhood Services Departments, and employees of WCIA/WCIX Television and Home Depot were out Friday, June 17, installing smoke alarms in northwest Champaign. Thirteen volunteers from WCIA/WCIX Television came out on their Founder’s Day to be part of the effort. Six volunteers from Home Depot also took part in […]
On Saturday, May 7, 2016, approximately 40 City of Champaign employees and their families participated in a Day of Service, volunteering their time to clean up Mable Thomas Park in northern Champaign. The event was organized by the City’s Neighborhood Services Department as a way for City staff to give back to the community, and […]
Champaign’s Planning and Development Director Bruce Knight, FAICP, led a pro bono planning assistance team in West Melbourne, Florida, January 25-29. Volunteering their time and expertise, Knight led a team of professional planners on a Community Planning Assistance Team (CPAT) Project for the American Planning Association (APA). The CPAT program matches communities with little or no planning […]
The Boneyard Creek Community Day is celebrating it’s 10th Anniversary on Saturday, April 18, 2015. Register now to join other volunteers and community leaders to clean up this area. Registration is open now at www.boneyardcreek.org.