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Investors Bank  provides the Committee meeting location site, hosts the t-shirt distribution center, and has been the Print Media Sponsor since the first Spring Clean. Visit their recently renovated branch at 169 Main Street and ask Jill Gregg about your banking needs. In 2014, Investors Bank funded a head of household mailer to gain at least one volunteer from each residential household and local business.
Village Hardware & Paint  has helped out with each Spring Clean project. They willingly supplied event essentials to sustain the newly planted Flower Pots in the Central Business District. One year the store supplied each business with their very own Spring Clean watering can! In 2016, Village Hardware donated three wheelbarrows to aid with the cleaning efforts, read more about it  here .
The  Chatham Girl Scouts  Service Unit serves girls and families of Chatham Borough and Chatham Township, New Jersey. They have supported the Spring Clean efforts since 2014.
Chatham Rotary Club  was a major donor in 2014 in support of the face lift for the park with their name sake, rescued from a former gas station. The Rotary has been involved and offered Spring Clean volunteer workers every year, all the way back to the first one.
S. Rotondi & Sons  is a landscaping service that specializes in vegetative or bulk organic waste disposal, container service, delivery of soil, mulch, or stone, and tub grinding. They have supported Spring Clean since 2015 and in 2016, donated over $2000 in mulch to the project.
Specialized Auto Craft  is a family owned and operated collision repair shop that specializes in total vehicle restorations. They have been a supporter of Spring Clean since 2014 and are seeking to adopt Ogden Street, their home street, through the Adopt-a-Space program.
Christmas Décor  is a holiday decorating and Christmas light installation company. James Ebbinghousen's chapter services Madison, Chatham, Florham Park, Berkeley Heights, Gillette, Morristown, Green Village, East Hanover, Hanover, Morris Plains, Denville, and Parsippany and has supported the Chatham Spring Clean since 2014.
Defalco's Instant Towing  is an independent repair shop and AAA Towing and Emergency Service provider. They have supported Spring Clean since 2015.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. is a plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning company based right here in Chatham. In addition to this year, they supported the Spring Clean in 2015 and have also sponsored the Fishawack Festival.
The Woman’s Club of Chatham  was founded on April 12, 1917 with 70 members. Among the projects and achievements of the club are hiring the first Community Nurse in 1919, the free Baby Sitting courses for youth, Community Art Shows since 1955, Annual College Scholarships since 1922, development of the Braille Trail at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, and financial support for the Library. They adopted Spring Clean in its first year and have stuck with it since.
ABC Rental  rents tables, chairs, tents, and linen for events. They work out of Chatham and have provided free equipment rentals for the Spring Clean since 2016.
Arminio's Italian Corner  is located in the heart of downtown Chatham. They have provided in-kind refreshments for Spring Clean volunteers since 2015.
Supporter Behind the Wheel with Carmen  is a driving school that helps teenagers first get the hang of driving and acquire their learner's permits. Carmen has supported the Spring Clean since 2016.
The  Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market  operates during the Jersey growing season, from mid-June to the week prior to Thanksgiving in November. Volunteers work to bring source-verified, consumer-confident products to Chatham residents and nearby communities. It has provided team volunteers for the Spring Clean every year from the start. The market is community-minded and provides support for community initiatives.
The  Chatham Borough Mayor & Council  have supported and participated in every Spring Clean from the beginning.
Supporter The  Chatham Borough Police Benevolent Association 226  supports the police department by fundraising and providing donations. They have supported the Spring Clean every year since 2014.
Chatham Borough Public Works  has provided skilled workforce during every Spring Clean Event, working side by side with volunteers while supervising improvement projects. The DPW completed the Streetscape Project by replacing 5 trees.
The Chatham Boy Scouts are a long-standing tradition in our town. Chatham Borough's Troop 8 provided over 30 scout and adult volunteers to this year's Spring Clean. The troop also celebrated their 100th Anniversary in 2016.
Supporter Chatham Jaycees  is known for running their Christmas tree sale and the Fishawack Run every year as well as supporting the Spring Clean.
Chatham Prosthodontics specializes in cosmetic, implant, and reconstructive dentistry. They're conveniently located right on Main Street.
Chatham Sports Shop  developed the Spring Clean logo and in 2014, printed the second winner’s design for the t-shirts to be worn by ALL volunteers. They have supported the Spring Clean since its first year.
Supporter CHS Graphic Design Students  designed this year and last year's Spring Clean T-Shirt.
Supporter CHS Key Club Members & Advisors  are known for their widespread community service efforts. It was no surprise to see them start supporting the Spring Clean last year.
New Jersey Clean Communities  is a litter abatement program and home to the state's Adopt-a-Beach and Adopt-a-Highway programs. They have been a supporter of Spring Clean efforts since 2015.
Dreyer’s Lumber & Hardware  owner, Mr. Dreyer has offered event supplies including work gloves for all volunteers since the first Spring Clean.
The Farm at Green Village  owners, John and Mary and staffer, David have been providing guidance in the form of kind plant pricing and support at their location to encourage their shoppers to JOIN THE FUN of Spring Clean each year since the start.
Gazebo Committee - Fran and Jack Drew are known for spearheading the project that gave us our beloved gazebo. Now, to raise funds for the its repairs, they have been selling puzzles featuring a beautiful image of the gazebo. With such a strong track record in the community, it's no surprise to see them supporting the Spring Clean as well.
Goballistic Sports is an athletic uniform and apparel company based in Denville and a staunch supporter of Chatham sports. They have designed clothing for Chatham lacrosse, basketball, swimming and more!
Supporter John & Mary Keselica  have been a proud sponsor of the Spring Clean since 2015. Mary Keselica is a member of the Town & Country Garden Club described below.
Mother's Morning Out at Ogden  is a developmental program for two-year-olds held at Ogden Memorial Church right on Main Street. They have supported the Spring Clean for two years now.
Ogden Memorial Church  is a beautiful Presbyterian church on Main Street. In addition to offering worship every Sunday, they are also home to the local Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Mother's Morning Out. This is their second year supporting the Spring Clean.
Rob Rosen Orthodontics  provides braces for children, teen, and adults in Chatham and surrounding towns. Their office is located on Parrot Mill Road. They are a proud, 2-year supporter of Spring Clean efforts.
Village Supermarkets  is a family-run chain of ShopRites in New Jersey that includes the one in Chatham Township, an essential store in the community. They have also supported the community by way of the Spring Clean for two years now.
Siegel Architects, P.C.  is an architectural design firm located on Main Street that services Chatham and the surrouding area. They have supported Spring Clean since 2015.
Simonfay Landscape Services  and Steve Simonfay believe in paying it forward in the community that they call home. They have been involved in every Spring Clean. In 2013, Simonfay Landscaping Services began the Post Office Plaza phase one improvement. Simonfay has been credited with the creation of the Commuter Oasis in R.R. Plaza South as well as improvements for the Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market. Simonfay worked to create the fence barrier surrounding the Community Bee Garden in 2014.
Chatham Borough's Shade Tree Commission has been planting and maintaining trees on public land for over 100 years. You can thank them for our town's beautiful green landscape and for supporting the Spring Clean!
Town & Country Garden Club  and members, Mary Keselica and Florence Becker are founders of the grassroots effort, Spring Clean in Chatham. Encouraging ALL ages to care for the community’s open space is just one goal of their program.
Turpin Real Estate Inc.  is a privately owned and operated company founded by real estate professionals focused on comprehensive client care. They have been involved in every Spring Clean. Turpin was also the first community group to Adopt A Space, Chatham’s Diversity Garden at the entrance to the Chatham Train Station. Agent volunteers maintain the area all year long!

 

 

Spring Clean Links

Chatham Spring Clean
Click here for general information on how to become involved.
Adopt a Space
Click here for more information on how to adopt a space for your organization, business team, or resident group.
  T-Shirt Contest
Click here for more information on the t-shirt contest and the rules sheet.
  Pretty Planter Project
Click here for more information on the Pretty Planter Project and learn how to sign up.

WELCOME TO THE CHATHAM PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS PROGRAM! 



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