West Chicago recognized for beautification, urban forestry efforts
WEST CHICAGO – After a severe storm hit West Chicago in July 2012, Reed-Keppler Park was filled with the wreckage of more than 160 trees damaged beyond repair.
Since then, the West Chicago Park District has been hard at work, breathing new life into the park by planting about 80 trees of various species and adding other features, including flower beds and new trails.
In recognition of this work and other beautification efforts, the city recently received a “three bloom” rating and special mention in urban forestry from the America in Bloom national awards program.
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