Know of any Dunedin resident who has gone beyond their means to be green?
Want them to be recognized for their hard work?
Then nominate them for the Environmental Advocate Award!
There are two categories that people can be nominated for: individual and group/business within Dunedin. Simply fill out an application by March 17th. We'll announce the winners on April 1st. The winners will be recognized in front of the City’s commissioners, displayed on the City’s Website, and possibly a spot on TV!
Below are last years winners!
Pipers Ten Condo Association
423 Paula Dr. S.
~Installed low flow toilets.
~Planted Florida Friendly Landscaping.
~Began recycling in 2009, which allowed them to reduce their dumpster
pick up from twice to once a week.
~Replaced wooden docks with composite decking made from recycled material.
~Installed fluorescent and LED lights on property.
Brady Savage (age 7)
Tianna Lamando (age 8)
Erin Provenzano (age 10)
The children discovered a large amount of debris located near some of the tennis courts at Highlander Park. After noticing the debris, they went back to their neighborhood to organize a clean-up with their fellow neighbors by creating posters and recruiting volunteers. From their clean-up, the children were able to collect several large bags of trash, a shovel, and a chair.
These children took it upon themselves to clean up an area that was near and dear to them, but also wanted to make it an enjoyable area for other Dunedin residents.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Sustainability Program Coordinator,
Christina Perez, at 727-298-3215 ext. 1324