The City of Mansfield has announced an effort to clean up the John Todd Park Stream as the 2019 effort of the City’s Stream Outreach Program, known as S.O.S. (Save our Streams).
According to a news release, “Litter, debris, and illegal dumping are ongoing problems. Litter and debris can stop water flow in our storm drains and cause flooding. This same litter and debris can enter into the storm drains thereby entering our streams and affecting our water quality. This same accumulation of litter and debris reflects to visitors just how much pride we have in our community.”
Residents, groups, and organizations are invited to meet at John Todd Park (located on Bowers Avenue) on Saturday, June 22 at 9:00 AM to clean up the stream in the park.
Volunteers need to wear durable work gloves, waterproof boots, and insect repellent.
Register today at 419.755.9702 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.