Volunteers Needed for District 16 Brightside Cleanliness Assessment Team

October 16, 2014

We are looking for a Brightside Champion in District 16, which includes the neighborhoods of Barbourmeade, Brownsboro Farm, Coldstream, Glenview, Glenview Hills, Glenview Manor, Green Spring, Hills and Dales, Indian Hills, Northfield, Prospect, Spring Valley, Thornhill, and Worthington Hills.  The Brightside Champion would take the lead on the assessment team, working to recruit volunteers to join their assessment team, coordinate with their team, and then report their findings back to Brightside.  We are also in need of volunteers to join our team as assessors.  Each team will travel together to the 10 sites that have been identified in your district.  You and your team will score the sites individually and we will use that data to determine the score for each district and the city as a whole.

 

The Brightside Community-Wide Cleanliness Index was launched in April at 10 sites –approximately a half-mile corridor in length – within each of the 26 Metro Council districts, for a total of 260 sites community-wide as a clean initiative of One Bright City.  The Cleanliness Assessment empowers citizens to become long-term caretakers of our community and creates a mechanism that holds us accountable for making measurable improvements in the community. Our goal is to complete 3 assessments per year in each district.

 

 We hope you will consider joining us!  With the data collected we will be able to shine a light on our strengths and recognize any of our weaknesses as a whole in our community. We need volunteers like you to achieve these goals – with the work you do we can make strides towards turning those weaknesses around and make our city One Bright City!