News From The Friends
Shared Use Path Tunnel Under 15 is Complete!
Overseen by City of Frederick Transportation Planner Tim Davis, the tunnel connector and allied pathways between Baker Park and Waterford Park have been structurally completed, linking the western portion of the shared use path that once stopped in Waterford Park with...
Culler Lake Renaissance
By all accounts it was a very big deal. The date was January 7, 1940, and a shivering crowd of 2,000 citizens gathered along West College Terrace to dedicate the newly completed Culler Lake. The Maryland National Guard Band performed the national anthem in the...
The Pulse of Frederick
By Jaasmin Foote, Hood College Student Article Written for Feature Writing Class with Katherine Orloff The last thing you’d envision when thinking about your neighborhood park is a wild goose chase. Imagine a grandmother and her two granddaughters performing the...
Preserving the Urban Tree Canopy Presentation from Green Neighbor Forum
If you missed the Green Neighbor Forum, you don’t have to miss out on all the great information that was shared. Download the Preserving the Complete Urban Tree Canopy Presentation (pdf) and others from our Blog.
Canopies and Stream Health Presentation from Green Neighbor Forum
If you missed the Green Neighbor Forum, you don't have to miss out on all the great information that was shared. Download the Canopies and Stream Health Presentation and others from our Blog.
Green Home Challenge Presentation from Green Neighbor Forum
If you missed the Green Neighbor Forum, you don't have to miss out on all the great information that was shared. Download the Complete Green Home Challenge Presentation (pdf) and others from our Blog.
Improve Pet Waste Disposal – Take the Survey
The City of Frederick, through a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust is aiming to improve pet waste disposal in downtown Frederick. Take this simple survey to help the city identify locations for future pet waste disposal stations.
Frederick County’s Premium Compost
Looking for quality compost at a great cost. Learn more by downloading the Frederick County Compost Brochure here.
Nominate a Witness Tree
In preparation for a tour of these living legacies planned for next spring, City Sustainability Manager Jenny Willoughby, is seeking nominations for trees in the City of Frederick that might be included on a walking tour of “witness trees” – old specimen trees that...
Register to Participate in Frederick City Tree Identification
Frederick City residents are invited to participate in tree identification and inventory training sessions, the first stage of a larger urban tree canopy inventory for the City. Those residents who are trained in identification will be asked to assist neighbors in...