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The GOOD Fix Your Street Challenge



We're urging the GOOD community to take action with our Fix Your Street Challenge. What's that? Commit to doing something to fix your street and snap a few before and after photos while you're at it. Click that button below to say you'll 'Do It' and enter our GOOD Maker Challenge to Fix Your Street at the link below. Submissions to the Maker Challenge close at 11:59 p.m. on June 2.

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  • Corey Tonge

    Truly a great initiative! Onevio supports it at 150%! :)

  • Rob Birdsong

    I am leading The Treedom Project in Brooklyn this weekend.

    We are a group of Citizen Tree Stewards who will go around and remove chains and locks from trees we have identified in the last 30 days. More about the project can be found here: and here is the link to our kick-off video where we clipped the chain from one tree on my block:

    Looking forward to this and will report back in a couple of days.

  • Walter McCarthy

    Street Bump
    A project of Boston’s Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics, Street Bump helps residents improve their neighborhood streets. Citizens use the Street Bump mobile app collect data about the smoothness of their ride; that data provides the City with information…

  • bedwardd

    Alright that's it, I'm going to going to take a roller and bucket of white paint to block out the gang tags wherever I find'em. That is not your overpass, Disciples.

  • danleeee

    it will be a small change but to remind the neighbors on my street that the city's recycling pickup are on thursdays of every week (1x per week whereas standard garbage pickups are scheduled to be 2x per week-so it is easy to forget about recycling on a particular week during especially busy quarters of the year); the signs merely serves to optimize the opportunity to recycle as I know the option to recycle is not available everywhere, be it another city or one's office/workplace.

    • Zachary Slobig

      Are you going to make your own signs? Or just remind people verbally?

      • danleeee

        i want to ideally make signs but with all the regulations that DC has, it will be a legal hassle for me to just post posters anywhere; maybe I can just create just small reminder flyers and place them in everyone's mailbox for those who live on my street

        • Zachary Slobig

          We'd like to see those flyers! You could also consider a block wide email/ SMS blast every other week? I'd sign up if someone set that up on my block.

          • danleeee

            as i hardly know the neighbors on my block, i suppose a casual reminder flyer to stick in my neighbor;s mailbox wouldn't be a bad start, along with links and direct contact in for the committee (comedy? ..cheesy line from In The Loop); sort of like one of those car2go starter/reminder booklets that seems to be perpetually updated due to the mercurial nature of regulatory appeasement i.e. the frustrating affair that uber is presently handling against the stubborn cab companies of the district; as for me, simpler, smaller, apolitical- the better; will keep you posted

  • Kelly Kayne

    My neighbour has been planting herbs at random in the back alleyways to encourage positive use of a space otherwise only occupied by drug users. I think I will join him on his guerrilla gardening adventures

      • Kelly Kayne
        Not sure where to post the photos so here is one of the herb parsley, chillies and rosemary. We are planning a vegie box on our shared back fences to the lane way and will cover this metal wiring in pea trellis. Those photos to come!

      • Kelly Kayne

        So since I'm a newbie at this, how exactly do I post the photos here?!

  • marvinlzinn

    There are a lot of rough and some pot holes in the SW Michigan roads after winter. The problem is whether our taxes can pay enough to fix them. With more unemployed and jobs with lower pay, less taxes will be available for anything.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    got a lot of work ahead on our street.

  • Diana Ahrens

    I live too close to the office not to be biking or walking to work. Perhaps I'll give it a test run this week to see what might need fixing....

    • SparkleNana

      An unpaved "public-right-of-way"..... connects two streets adjoining my house. The bushes are pretty, and healthy, but they grow into the pathway...... poking people in the face..... as they try to brush by. I'll spend some pleasant time this month.... cutting back these bushes.... and making the "street".... more comfortable and more safe!