Good Neighbor Day 2019: Project Nomination Form
Good Neighbor Day is a collaborative partnership between the University of Maryland, the City of College Park, and The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC).

This service day unites the community to beautify shared spaces, educate and engage in sustainable practices, and take pride in the greater City of College Park. Each year, the Good Neighbor Day committee determines several project sites to tackle with the hundreds of volunteers who sign up to participate.

If you have a service project for the Good Neighbor Day Planning Committee to consider, please let us know by filling out this short form. We will not be able to accommodate all of the requests, but we will contact you if your proposal is selected.

The submissions must have the following requirements:
- The project site is in the City of College Park
- The project works to improve/enhance the community
- The project has an educational component for the volunteers
- The project can be completed in a couple of hours with a large group

Please keep responses brief.

The next Good Neighbor Day will be taking place between 9:00 AM and 1:30 PM on April 13th, 2019.

The deadline to submit your project nomination is November 30th.
If your project is selected, we will notify you by December 6th.

If you have any questions, please contact Sarah D'Alexander at

Point of Contact's Name *
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Point of Contact's Email *
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Point of Contact's Phone Number *
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What is a brief summary of the project you would like to propose? *
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Where is the project site? If applicable, please provide an address. *
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Which age-groups would this project be suitable for? *
What is the minimum number of volunteers this project would require? *
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What is the maximum number of volunteers this project could accommodate? *
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What types of tools/supplies would be required? *
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How would completing this project better the College Park community? *
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