Donald Beautification Group
DBG's mission statement: to keep Donald a great place for families to live, friends to visit and businesses to thrive.
The Donald Beautification Group (DBG) is a volunteer group of residents and business members. Membership is open to anyone and the DBG is always looking for more people to join; feel free to pop-in at your convenience. The DBG is modeled after the Oregon Main Street Program.
The DBG meets on the third Monday of the Month at 6:30pm. Meetings last one hour.
Donald's Hometown Park Dedication Ceremony
Scheduled for August 28, 2021 at 10:00am the DBG is working on invitations for the public to attend the Dedication Ceremony of the improved and renamed Donald's Hometown Park. Stay tuned for more information on this event!
Donald's Hometown Park Sign
The group is working on having new signs made for Donald's Hometown Park.
Adopt a Fire Hydrant!
Sponsored by the Oregon Hazelnut Association and hosted by the Donald Beautification Group, you and your family are invited to help brighten up Donald's Main Street and adopt a Fire Hydrant to design and paint. Just click the button below for an application or stop by City Hall and pick one up. Thank you for participating!
Plant Donations Needed!
The D.B.G. is working to get nurseries in the area to donate plants, flowers and/or shrubs to fill four (4) large self-watering flower boxes in the downtown area.
Beautifying the NW Corner of 4-Way Stop
The group is in the early stages of coming up with ways to beautify the NW corner of the 4-way stop on Butteville and Donald Rd.
The City received a grant from the Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation in which the DBG used to add a piece of play equipment and a permanent restroom at Donald's Hometown Park.
The DBG worked alongside the Donald Planning Commission/Tree Board to get Donald officially added to the Tree City USA list.
In 2021 the DBG presented to the City Council newly designed "Welcome to Donald" signs. . Thank you to GK Machine for the donation of design hours and materials.
In 2017 the DBG conducted a survey as part of an effort to develop a Community Beautification Plan. The results of that survey were used to help determine the best approach for improving and beautifying the downtown area.
Since 2017 the City has teamed with the DBG in hosting city-wide clean-up and recycling events. This City provides dumpsters and recycling options which gives the residents of Donald an opportunity to cleanup their property.
Replacement of damaged Post Office drop box
The DBG held two community meetings for the Downtown Sidewalk Program for City and County Staff to collaborate with property owners on sidewalk design.
Donald's Downtown 'Walkabout' (A Fun Exercise for All)
Connie Lindsay-Bradley, Chair
Krista Fogelson, Outreach Coordinator
Gerry Waller, Secretary
Vacant, Main Street Coordinator
Past Agendas and Minutes are available upon request.