Here’s How We’re Making A Better Greenland, AR.
In 2014, many improvements took place in the City of Greenland, thanks in large part to grant monies. These projects and improvements include:
The completion of a $250,000 Street Resurfacing Project. Residents notice much needed road resurfacing. This project also improves connectivity between sections of town.
Community Center Improvements
Community Center Improvements, including a new roof and the installation of a natural gas generator. During a power outage, or inclement weather, the Community Center can now serve as a warming center or shelter.
This recycling center serves the residents of the City of Greenland and, not only keep the city green by promoting recycling, but helps fund other green initiatives through the sale of the recycled materials.
A $2.43 million sewer upgrade, in cooperation with the City of Fayetteville.
Greenland High School Improvements
Students, faculty and parents will enjoy the new improvements at Greenland High School. A new roof has been completed, and a greenhouse added for assisting student learning.
Football fans will notice the new press box, field house, and other improvements in and around the field.
Greenland is working on trails in and around the city, as well as working with adjoining cities to connect city trails with the Razorback Greenway. Learn more on the Connect Greenland Trails Page. This wouldn’t be possible without grants.