GreenScape is a city and community partnership investment of beautification, clean-up, and planting in public spaces throughout the City of Annapolis. GreenScape was founded through the efforts of former Mayor Ellen Moyer and the Annapolis Recreation and Parks Advisory Board. Since 1991, hundreds of projects have been initiated and adopted by individuals, community groups and neighborhood associations. GreenScape takes place each spring with additional endeavors in the fall during the national Make a Difference Day, a national effort encouraging groups and individuals to volunteer in their community to improve the lives of others.
Fall 2018 GreenScape – event is Saturday, October 27. Annapolis Recreation and Parks invites the community to participate in “Make a Difference Day” by volunteering for the City’s fall GreenScape project on Saturday, October 27. “Make a Difference Day” is a national effort encouraging groups and individuals to volunteer in their community to improve the lives of others.
New this year, we are participating in the Journey North Tulip Test Garden. You can help scientists track season and climate changes around the world. When your tulips emerge and bloom, you will announce the arrival of spring in Annapolis.
To learn more, please contact Marisa Wittlinger.
Spring 2018 GreenScape – thank you to all of the volunteers that joined us on Saturday, April 21st that gave their time and talents to beautify, clean-up and plant in City of Annapolis public spaces. Check out pictures from some of the projects. We continue to thank all of the volunteers who help beautify Annapolis each year!
Shiley Park Dedication
Shiley Park was dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony during spring GreenScape 2016. More than 50 people joined City representatives as the community welcomed the first street-end park to become established in 10 years. Held on Saturday, April 23, 2016, the event included local individuals recognizing Shiley Park (near Giddings Avenue) in West Annapolis: Alderman Fred Paone of Ward Two presented the proclamation, former Mayor Ellen Moyer thanked the community for 25 years of GreenScape dedication and volunteer Steve Raabe talked about Shiley Park and the local volunteers.