TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - City leaders are setting up for the next round of T-Town Actions Weeks. The overall goal is to choose target zones across the city to spruce.
Monday was the first meeting to see how these action weeks will impact different neighborhoods. It also gave people a chance to learn more about the program and how to get things done where they live.
The meeting was held at United Hope Methodist Church and included plenty of community members and members of police.
Organizers educated people about what resources are available for cleanups and helped them build plans to submit for approval.
Getting grass cut, or demolishing homes are just some of the things that can be done.
Eight different neighborhoods will be chosen and there will be 12 trailer days where people can use city trailers to help with cleanups.
This year they want the community to get even more involved.
"It's really coming together as a community and being part of this whole initiative. We really, you know, help promote that were all in this together and we care about our neighborhoods," said Cindy Geronimo, Commissioner of Code Enforcement in Toledo. ?
The Deadline for applications is April 15th.
The dates and locations for future Action Weeks will be announced on Earth day, April 22.