A Mission Hill group is surveying residents to find out what sections of the neighborhood need to be cleaned up and what actions should be done to beautify the area.
The group, Mission Hill Beautification Task Force, is a newly formed subgroup of the Community Alliance of Mission Hill (CAMH), a longtime neighborhood civic group.
“What does everybody want? Where are the problem areas,” Suzanne DiMeco, a local developer and lead member of the task force, said are the questions they hope to get answered in the survey.
DiMeco said that the task force is taking a three-prong approach: organize and streamline the clean-up process; outreach and educate the community, such as the day for trash pick-up, which is important to inform students about; and brand building, such as creating interactive art in the area or installing benches.
She said the task force would be creating a social media presence soon, including an Instagram account where people will be able to post photos of areas that need to be cleaned up.
DiMeco said the results of the survey will be revealed during the next CAHM, which will be April 19.
To take the survey, visit conta.cc/2ouXKoG.