Earth Day in the Park
This fun-filled event will be held in conjunction with Run for the Trees, the 29th Annual Jeannette Genius McKean Memorial 5k Saturday, April 30, from 8:00 to 11:30 a.m., in Ward Park.
More Earth Day in the Park info
FDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program
Every year millions of visitors get their first glimpse of our state from their car windows as they travel along Florida’s Highways. First impressions can be long lasting. Do we want them to see miles of roadway cluttered with litter? Or clean, green tree-lined highways that truly represent Florida’s natural beauty? The choice is an easy one: Adopt-A-Highway.
The city is committed to creating healthier and more comfortable environments by:
- Tracking our Energy and Water Performance on ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager®
- Increasing our Renewable Energy Production
- Greening our city fleet
KWPB&S Green Schools Grant Program
Supports public and private schools serving Winter Park residents in their efforts to achieve sustainability goals and beautify their campus, while engaging and educating students Pre-K through grade 12 in the practices of sustainability.
Access the 2022 grant application and 2021 recipients list
Storm Drain Marking Program
After rainfall, stormwater flows over land or impervious surfaces, such as paved streets, parking lots, and building dirt/sediment. Stormwater runoff is directed to local waterways, that without treatment, can harm our rivers, streams, lakes, and coastal waters. Help protect our city’s waterways from pollution by placing storm drain markers in your neighborhood!
For more than six decades, Keep America Beautiful has served as our country’s nonprofit steward of litter prevention. Litter is more than just a blight on our landscape. Litter is costly to clean up, impacts our quality of life and economic development, and eventually ends up in our waterways and oceans. Do your part to Keep Winter Park Beautiful & Sustainable, sign up for one of our upcoming watershed cleanups today!