• Tools and Templates

Sample Clean and Green Maintenance Program Guidelines


Date Published: September 2010


This component of the NSP Land Banking Toolkit is intended for grantees and their partners creating and implementing a Clean & Green maintenance program to recruit community groups to help maintain land-banked properties. These sample guidelines address the major categories that should be included in any local guidelines, and should be adapted for the unique needs of each land bank.

A Sample Clean & Green Maintenance Agreement is also available.

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Author Organization
  • Center for Community Progress
  • Genesee County, MI
  • LISC
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