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Adopted Bus Shelters

posted Mar 7, 2013, 10:55 AM by Reid Serozi   [ updated Mar 7, 2013, 11:03 AM ]
We did it! We adopted two shelters in our community along North Blount Street. 
One shelter is located across the street from the Market Restaurant and the other shelter is located near Peace's softball field. Both shelters have our cool MCAC logo sign hanging inside the shelter.

Adoption requires maintaining the shelter... Mordecai Community volunteers can assist in removing trash in and around the shelter area on a monthly basis. City of Raleigh staff will provide adopters with trash bags, disposable gloves and safety vests to assist in the trash removal around adopted shelters. These volunteers also are asked to notify City of Raleigh staff of any special maintenance needs and report vandalism or suspicious activity.

Who's in? Join the Group

Organized Bus Shelter Scrub Down

When: Sunday, March 10th 11:30AM to 1PM

11:30-11:45 AM:  Wash the inside and outside of the shelter with soapy water.

11:45-1:00 PM:  Swing by anytime for 15 minutes to pick weeds, Windex windows, pick-up trash, and look for other ways to improve the shelter.

Where:  Stop by the Market Restaurant first to sign-in and pick-up trash bags and gloves before heading to a shelter.

What to bring?   Buckets, cleaning products, brushes, Windex, paper towels.

Note: If you see a major problem with the shelter that needs city involvement than open a SeeClickFix ticket.