Yard of the Quarter Nomination Form
Please complete this form when nominating a yard for Yard of the Quarter Award
Garden in the Park Vendor Application
Directions through Azalea & Dogwood Trail
Azalea & Dogwood Trail
Enter Trail at Second Avenue and Eighth Street
(Trinity United Methodist Church is on the left)
Proceed down Eighth Street, turning left on Fourth Avenue
Proceed on Fourth Avenue, turning right on 10th Street
At the split in the road, turn right onto Collinwood Street
Upon entering Collinwood, turn left onto Collinwood Circle West
Continue, crossing Collinwood Street
Turn right onto Collinwood Circle East then left onto Collinwood Street
At the intersection of 10th Street, turn right
Turn left onto Ridgewood Drive
Turn right onto Piedmont Avenue continuing down the hill
At the Jackson’s Lake, turn left onto Laurel Street
Turn right onto Bonita Drive
Proceed down Bonita Drive until it turns in to Terracewood Drive (at curve)
Proceed on Terracewood Drive- Turning right at directional arrow and
Proceed up hill to turnaround in front of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Newman’s Home
Enter once again on Terracewood by turning left
Proceed up the hill on Terracewood and turn left onto Lakeshore Drive
Turn right onto Shamrock Drive
Once intersected with Bonita Drive, turn right
Turn left onto Victoria Street
Continue on Victoria until the intersection of 10th Street, turn right
Turn left onto 6th Avenue and follow through the Historic District
Turn right onto 4th Street after passing NorthsideSchool
Turn right onto 4th Avenue
Continue until intersection with 8th Street and turn left.
KOB Recruiting Vendors for Garden in the Park
Spring 2014 E-Cycling & Document Shredding Event
Opelika, AL (February 26, 2014) - The East Alabama Recycling
Partnership (EARP) will host an Electronics Recycling Event on Saturday, March
22nd. Citizens and businesses are encouraged to participate in the countywide event. The event will take place at Saugahatchee Square
at 3700 Pepperell Parkway in Opelika. The event will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saugahatchee Square was formerly named Midway Plaza.
The Electronics Recycling Event will provide an opportunity for citizens to dispose of used electronics in an environmentally responsible
manner. The following items can be brought to the recycling event: TVs, computers (monitors and drives), small kitchen appliances, video games, cords,
cell phones, DVD players, tapes and more. There is no cost associated with the event.
EARP works with CompuPoint, of Norcross, Georgia, to recycle the obsolete items. For those concerned with the privacy of
recycling computers, CompuPoint uses Declassify from Mares Software which runs seven pass on each hard drive. This ensures there is no recovery of data. For
more information on CompuPoint, see www.compupointusa.com.
Citizens will also have the opportunity to bring papers for on-site shredding. New in 2014, the limit of boxes has increased to 10 per vehicle.
Canned foods will also be collected for the East Alabama Food Bank. The East Alabama Recycling Partnership is composed of Auburn
University, City of Auburn, City of Opelika, and Lee County. The group was formed in 2009 in effort to combine resources and expertise with plans to
create a combined recycling program.