May Leaflet

May Leaflet


Lloyd EcoDistrict May eNewsletter



Photo from Seattle Pollinator Pathway
Second Phase of Lloyd Pollinator Corridor –
Join us Sunday, June 11th for planting & community BBQ!

Come help us green the Multnomah Street Planters! Learn about pollinator, native perennial plants, and local ecology. Get your hands dirty while you help beautify our neighborhood, protect pollinator species and habitat, and improve street safety.

LED lighting attracts tenants!

Did you know that energy efficiency upgrades, like LED lighting, have been
proven to increase occupancy rates
lease rates
? If you want to gain a competitive advantage, and increase the value of your property, Lloyd EcoDistrict’s LED Advantage Member Program (LAMP) could provide just what your building needs. Contact us to find out how we can help you get a great return on investment with typical payback less than 2 years for your new LED lights and controls through LAMP.
Click here for more information.

Reusable take out container service GO Box making great strides in elimating food waste in Lloyd.

Since landing in Lloyd in February, reusable take-out container service
GO Box
has eliminated the use of 130 disposable containers! It’s great start towards our goal of becoming
a zero-waste community
– and we need you to make a bigger impact. Become a subscriber today, or ask to get GO Box in your building. The services is currently available to employees in the Lloyd Tower, 700 Building, and Metro. GO Box is now at several Lloyd eateries, including J Cafe, Garden Bar, Cafe Today, Green Zebra, and Fuego. Let us know where you want to see GO Box in Lloyd.
Thank you to everyone who made our first annual Model the Way Leadership Awards possible! Some of the evenings highlights included:
-158 attendees
-6 Award Winners
-17 Sponsors
-173 pints of Lagunitas beer poured!
Around Town
  • May
    Livable Lloyd
    Meeting, Monday the 15th from 6pm-7pm at the Community Room in the Velomor building on NE 7th and Hassalo.
From our partners
Go Lloyd is working with a group of students in Portland State University’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program to explore what people love about Lloyd, and how to make it more welcoming as we grow.
Learn more and take the survey here!

Photo from Seattle Pollinator Pathway

Photo from Seattle Pollinator Pathway

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