Donald Beautification Group

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 for 1 hour.

DBG's mission statement: to keep Donald a great place for families to live, friends to visit and businesses to thrive. 

Leadership:

Connie Lindsay-Bradley, Chair

Krista Fogelson, Outreach Coordinator

Gerry Waller, Secretary

Vacant, Main Street Coordinator

Recruiting now for Main Street Coordinator
Current Projects
  • Donald's Hometown Park Dedication Ceremony

The Park Dedication Ceremony has been postponed until further notice.

  • Donald's Hometown Park Sign 

The group is working on having new signs made for Donald's Hometown Park. 

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  • 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!​

  • 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. 

Past Projects
  • 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. 

Next DBG Meeting:

September 27, 2021 at 6:30pm

Past Agendas and Minutes are available upon request.