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Ana Newell, KMB committee lead of Adopt of Spot, has worked tirelessly with the town and Todd Richardson, a local resident, to get this project completed. It looks awesome thanks to their persistence and efforts.

Adopt-A-Spot

Mansfield Adopt-a-Spot provides local landscapers, individuals, families, and business owners the opportunity to beautify a highly visible public area.

 

This program involves creating flower beds, planting flowers and shrubs, and maintaining public sites throughout the growing season. 

To recognize your efforts, Keep Mansfield Beautiful will place a sign on your adopted spot.

Newly Adopted:  The site next to Happy Hollow and across from Cheng Du has been adopted by Driven Landscapes. Watch for this site to be transformed over the next few weeks.

Available Spots:  

Entrance to World War II Veterans Memorial Bike Path

Pollinator Garden at Jordan Jackson School

Hope St. and Sweet St. Near Chocolate Factory

Small site at intersection of Fruit St.and Hall Street near Mansfield airport.

Available Adoptions

Adopting a Spot is not only rewarding but offers another way to contribute to the town's beautification. It provides you the flexibility to help beautify Mansfield in your own style and on your own timeline, making this an easy option to give back to your community. 

Sites come in many different shapes and sizes. Many already have established plants, add your personal touch, water and watch it grow. The time  commitment varies, but usually most sites require less than a couple hours a month to maintain.

Put your green thumb to work and help beautify the town of Mansfield!

Take a closer look at the adopted spots around town.

2020 Adopt-a-Spot Participants

Helvetica Light is an easy to read font, with tall and narrow letters, that works well on almost every site.

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East Mansfield Common Flag Pole

Site Care Taker:
THE GARDEN LADY
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Embankment on Route 106 near train station

Site Owner:  Mansfield DPW
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East Mansfield Common Sign

Site Care Taker: 
THE GARDEN LADY
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East Mansfield Business Sign

Site Care Taker:
GUERRINI LANDSCAPING
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Devine Square at Winthrop Street

Site Care Taker:
Stephen Smith and Kristy Brooks
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North Main Street at Samoset Ave.

Site Care Taker:
THE GARDEN LADY
Pollinator Garden at Superintendent's Of

Superintendent's Butterfly Garden at Memorial Hall

Site Care Taker:
THE GARDEN LADY
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Veterans memorial Carnevalli Square on Pratt Street

Site Care Taker:
KRISTEN SHAMON
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Entrance to World War II Veterans Memorial Bike Path 
and Rails For Trails Bridge

OPEN SITE
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Willow Street & South Main

Site Care Taker:
JEFF WARD FAMILY
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Flammia Square

Site Care Taker:
GIRL SCOUT TROOP # 78242
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Mansfield Public Library Entrance

Site Care Taker:
PRESENTATO LANDSCAPE
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Island at School Street and Old Elm Street in West Mansfield

Site Care Taker:
Mansfield Elks
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Corner of
Main Street and Cottage Street

Site Care Taker:
DRIVEN LANDSCAPES
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Garden on West Street by Fulton’s Pond Bridge

Site Care Taker:
Mike Healy & Rick Burger
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West Mansfield Business Sign

Site Care Taker:
Todd Richardson
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Fulton’s Duck Pond and Robinson Park Memorial Rock

Site Care Taker:
FAMILY OF MATTHEW C. McCUE
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Mansfield Bike Path Fruit Street entrance and Rails for Trails Bridge

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

 

Click here to Request Information

Pedestrian Path
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Pollinator Garden at Jordan Jackson School

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

 

Click here to Request Information

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Hope St. and Sweet St. near Chocolate Factory where road bends to the left

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

 

Click here to Request Information

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Small site at intersection of Fruit St.and Hall Street near Mansfield airport.

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

 

Click here to Request Information

Gardening Together
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