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We Noticed!

The "We Noticed!" program recognizes local businesses that make an extra effort to beautify and maintain the appearance of their business property.

 

Each year, Keep Mansfield Beautiful calls for nominations and after a committee review a local business is selected to be officially NOTICED as the Business of the Year. The business is highlighted in Keep Mansfield Beautiful social media and presented with a framed certificate they can proudly display at their place of business. 

By recognizing business owners, we hope to inspire others to follow their example and demonstrate pride in the appearance of their property.

Congratulations 1829 Country Store
Awarded 2023 We Noticed Business

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We've been noticing since 2011!
Take a look back in time at Mansfield's most beautiful businesses.

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2020 Honorees:

MMED and Mansfield DPW

In the fall of 2019, crews from Mansfield Municipal Electric (MMED) and the Mansfield DPW  worked overtime to finish improvements at Fulton Pond and Rumford Avenue in time for the Fall Festival at Fulton Pond. Crews also installed new garland and lights along North Main Street and the Commons in time for the holiday season. We appreciate these extra efforts to beautify downtown Mansfield!

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2019 Honoree:

Cibo Matto

Owner Peter Kuplast recently beautified his property with the addition of a new stone wall, new shrubs, and flowers. 

Cibo Matto also works hard to reduce its environmental impact. Paper, plastic, cardboard, and glass are all recycled and all food waste is composted. The restaurant also uses LED light bulbs, which consume less energy than standard bulbs.
 

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2018 Honoree:

Rockland Federal Credit Union

Rockland Federal Credit Union does an outstanding job keeping their property litter-free and their landscaping is beautiful. They set a great example that we hope will inspire other businesses along that stretch of Copeland Drive.


 

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2017 Honoree:

Mansfield Bank

The bank does an outstanding job maintaining its landscaping, including the grass, shrubs, and flower barrels along the sidewalk The building itself and the adjacent parking lot are always in immaculate condition.

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2016 Honoree:

Cavallo and Signoriello Insurance

With their attractive new building at 190 Chauncy Street and meticulous landscaping, Cavallo & Signoriello Insurance has set a great example for other local businesses to follow. Their holiday lights add an additional touch!

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2015 Honoree:

Mansfield Crossing

Mansfield Crossing's renovated green spaces, including the Woodside Pond walk and the picnic area are ideal places to walk, eat lunch outside, and enjoy some fresh air. The shopping center also does a great job of beautifying its main entrances along School Street.

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2014 Honoree:

Mansfield Fabric Care

Owner Peter Fontanini does an outstanding job beautifying his business with flowers and shrubs. He is an enthusiastic supporter of our Downtown Flower Barrel program.

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2013 Honoree:

Bolea-Amici Funderal Home

Owner Michael Bolea personally plants and maintains the beautiful flowers on his North Main Street property. He has also installed a sprinkler system to keep his lawn lush and green all season long.

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2012 Honoree:

Harbor One Bank

Harbor One's property is a bright spot along Copeland Drive. The beautiful perennial flowers and green lawn are meticulously maintained all season long.

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The owners, Mary Pat and Brian McSharry, have given new life to the building and grounds that housed the Mansfield Country Store. It is now home for Closet & Storage Concept as well as a modern twist on a Country Store. The McSharry family loved the history of the building that was originally established in 1829 and soon learned how much the building and the store meant to the community. They take pride in the preserving the look and vibe of the building and business. Thank you McSharry's family for your part in keeping Mansfield Beautiful,

2022 Honoree:
Trattoria Romana Pizzeria Bar & Grill 

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Luciano Canova, owner of Trattoria Romana, purchased the former Tahana restaurant at 60 Oakland Street back in 2019. The entire property has been transformed. Enhancing his new restaurant is professionally landscaped green space of gorgeous grass, flowers and shrubs. Luciano's vision of colorful outdoor dining space, fresh and clean parking lots, and perfectly manicured street appeal is definitely getting noticed by our Mansfield community. 

 

2021 Honoree:
Jennerations Salon

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Jenn McDonald, the owner of the building located at 112-116 North Main Street, gave the exterior of the building a complete facelift that included new paint, trim and window boxes, providing a fresh new look to the storefronts for Jennerations Salon and the Illumination Center for Healing & Learning. The renovated building adds a touch of elegance to this stretch of downtown Mansfield.
 

2020 Honoree:
The Bead Cache

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The Bead Cache is an enthusiastic supporter of our downtown flower barrel program. Each year for the past several years, they have sponsored five barrels in front of their store on North Main Street. They always take great care of their flowers and keep their sidewalk and adjacent property litter-free. Congratulations to the Bead Cache and thank you for keeping Mansfield beautiful!

2019 Honorees:
MMED and Mansfield DPW

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In the fall of 2019, crews from Mansfield Municipal Electric (MMED) and the Mansfield DPW  worked overtime to finish improvements at Fulton Pond and Rumford Avenue in time for the Fall Festival at Fulton Pond. Crews also installed new garland and lights along North Main Street and the Commons in time for the holiday season. We appreciate these extra efforts to beautify downtown Mansfield!

2018 Honoree:
Cibo Matto

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Owner Peter Kuplast recently beautified his property with the addition of a new stone wall, new shrubs, and flowers. 

Cibo Matto also works hard to reduce its environmental impact. Paper, plastic, cardboard, and glass are all recycled and all food waste is composted. The restaurant also uses LED light bulbs, which consume less energy than standard bulbs.
 

2017 Honoree:
Rockland Federal Credit Union

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Rockland Federal Credit Union does an outstanding job keeping their property litter-free and their landscaping is beautiful. They set a great example that we hope will inspire other businesses along that stretch of Copeland Drive.


 

2016 Honoree:
Mansfield Bank

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The bank does an outstanding job maintaining its landscaping, including the grass, shrubs, and flower barrels along the sidewalk The building itself and the adjacent parking lot are always in immaculate condition.

2015 Honoree:
Cavallo and Signoriello Insurance

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With their attractive new building at 190 Chauncy Street and meticulous landscaping, Cavallo & Signoriello Insurance has set a great example for other local businesses to follow. Their holiday lights add an additional touch!

2014 Honoree:
Mansfield Crossing

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Mansfield Crossing's renovated green spaces, including the Woodside Pond walk and the picnic area are ideal places to walk, eat lunch outside, and enjoy some fresh air. The shopping center also does a great job of beautifying its main entrances along School Street.

2013 Honoree:
Mansfield Fabric Care

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Owner Peter Fontanini does an outstanding job beautifying his business with flowers and shrubs. He is an enthusiastic supporter of our Downtown Flower Barrel program.

2012 Honoree:
Bolea-Amici Funderal Home

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Owner Michael Bolea personally plants and maintains the beautiful flowers on his North Main Street property. He has also installed a sprinkler system to keep his lawn lush and green all season long.

2011 Honoree:
Harbor One Bank

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Harbor One's property is a bright spot along Copeland Drive. The beautiful perennial flowers and green lawn are meticulously maintained all season long.

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