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Bring beautification and neighborhood revitalization down to the smallest unit, your own street. Street by street, neighbors inspire each other by setting an example of environmental and community stewardship.
The City of Eureka’s Neighborhood Beautification Program is here to help you become a steward of your neighborhood. Our goal 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. You can participate as a Neighborhood Volunteer or Volunteer Community Coordinator to work together to beautify Eureka.
Volunteer Your Time
Click the Clock icon to go to the volunteer application.
Consider applying to be a Volunteer Community Coordinator in your neighborhood.
- As a Volunteer Community Coordinator, you are the people power and face of your neighborhood. You will be responsible for planning your beautification event/s including the day, time, location, and volunteer tasks along with getting the word out to get the most out of your event/s. You will be the host of your volunteer event and will need to coordinate pick-up and drop off of supplies and forms (provided by the City). During the event, you will host, inform volunteers on safety procedures, hand out supplies, and direct volunteers to meet the goals of the event. The coordinator must be 18 years of age or older.
Consider attending a Neighborhood Beautification Event
Click here to view the event calendar
Voice Your Opinion
Click the Voice icon to go to see upcoming city meetings.
Attend a City Council meeting to share your neighborhood concerns. Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM at the Eureka City Hall, 531 K St. Agendas are available on the City of Eureka website.
Invest In Your Community
Click the Invest icon to go to find out ways to donate.
Businesses can donate clean-up supplies, materials or equipment for general use such as gloves, brooms, trash bags, litter grabbers, gardening tools, soil, mulch, and plants.
Individuals can hold a neighborhood fundraising event like a lemonade stand or a street-wide garage sale, and then use the proceeds to purchase clean-up supplies for your favorite city neighborhood clean-up group.
Interested in learning more? Please click here to contact Empower Eureka!