Looking for opportunities to volunteer in the new year?
The LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library is currently seeking volunteers of all ages and abilities. Learn more about available positions and how to apply at Volunteer.VolunteerLEON.org.
More Testing Sites Open Now
Leon County Vax Map
Leon County Government, with healthcare and community partners, will host a series of free pop-up testing sites during the month of January to address the increasing community need for COVID-19 testing amid the omicron surge. Visit: LeonCountyFL.gov/VaxMap
Old Scrap Tires: Free Dropoff
Scrap tires are homes for mosquitoes. Keep our community safe by disposing of old tires for free. Now until May 27, 2022, or until grant funds are depleted.
LIMITED TO 25 TIRES PER LEON COUNTY RESIDENT
• Solid Waste Facility: 7550 Apalachee Pkwy
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Rural Waste Sites: Ft Braden, Woodville, Miccosukee
Friday - Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Leon County Government | (850) 606-1400
CRTPA to Answer Questions on US 90 Trail
The Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) has scheduled a round of public involvement opportunities associated with the US 90 Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study. Virtual question-and-answer meetings are scheduled for January 13 and February 1 beginning at 6 p.m. For more information about the meetings and the project, please visit: crtpa.org.
Recognizing Sustainable Businesses in Leon County
Sustainabiz, Leon County’s Sustainable Business Recognition Program, acknowledges local businesses and organizations that have made substantial efforts in implementing sustainability practices in areas like energy, water, waste, community and employee engagement, and local economy. This voluntary program is free and provides businesses and organizations with an easy checklist to help determine their recognition level, as well as technical assistance, and a sustainable business network for our county. Learn more at: GrowingGreen.org/Sustainabiz