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Agoura Hills

Agoura Hills is a unique suburban community exemplified by a commitment to the preservation of its history, a high quality of life, a vibrant business community, and environmental sensitivity. It is nestled in between the Santa Monica Mountains and Cheseboro Canyon. With a population of 20,330 this tight community offers the comforts of a small town but the amenities and access to major employers and recreational activities. Located adjacent to the US 101 and next to the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area, Malibu beaches, and state parkland, there are endless activities to participate in, including mountain bike riding, hiking, bird watching, and road cycling. We are a city steeped in a rich historical past through which we have emerged as a vital, prosperous community committed to excellence, innovation, and sound fiscal policies. Our neighborhoods are safe, healthy, and as unique as the individuals who inhabit them. We believe the City’s greatest asset is our people and we welcome the involvement of all those who live and work in the City of Agoura Hills to partner with us in making this community one of excellence. We are committed to preserving the unique character, historical and rural fabric, and environmental beauty that defines Agoura Hills to its residents. We will accomplish this through the values of Service, Integrity, Positive Solutions, and Cooperation.

Type : City or Town
City of Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Population: 20745
Certified

Ajo

Type : City or Town
Ajo, AZ 85321
Population: 4000
Certified

Aldea De Santa Fe

Designed by world renowned Andres Duany, the grandfather of New Urbanism, Aldea is located in the desirable Northwest side of Santa Fe. New Urbanism is an intentional movement to create sustainable communities that are designed to encourage human interaction in an inviting public realm. While incorporating the time honored components that have made communities great throughout history, New Urbanism rejects suburban sprawl which results in extreme dependence on the automobile, roads that are unattractive and unpleasant for pedestrians, and long distances between places to shop, play, and live. Aldea is approximately 345 acres, 205 acres of which are perpetual open space preserves and pocket parks and in which each lot owner owns an undivided interest. Pedestrian-friendly sidewalks and internal trails throughout Aldea link to the open space, the central Aldea Plaza, and the Northwest Trail System. Aldea is only minutes away from an award winning public golf course and the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. The Permaculture committee at Aldea de Santa Fe realized that several homes already had certified gardens, and began to organize the Community Wildlife Habitat program. Aldea de Santa Fe was able to certify within four months of registration.

Type : Neighborhood or HOA
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Population: 400
Certified

Alki

Type : City or Town
Alki, WA 98116
Population: 12815
Certified

Alpharetta

Chartered in 1858, Alpharetta is a vibrant Southern city that is a great place to live, work and visit. It earned a place in Forbes' "Top Ten Friendliest Cities in America" list. Alpharetta is on its way to becoming the "Technology City of the South," growing through live-work-shop developments while remaining a residential community committed to its parks and recreational areas. The city has a beautiful 6 mile greenway system along Big Creek that provides a naturally inspiring pathway for bikers and hikers of all ages to enjoy. The Community Wildlife Habitat project is being led by the city's Natural Resources Commission and the project has been named "Alpharetta’s Wild Side." For more information, please go to: www.alpharetta.ga.us/wildside.

Type : City or Town
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Population: 57500
Certified

Alpine

Type : City or Town
Alpine, CA 91901
Population: 10000
Registered

Amelia Island Plantation Community Association

Type : Neighborhood or HOA
Amelia Island, FL 32034
Population: 5500
Certified

Ann Arbor

Type : City or Town
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Population: 113934
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Annapolis

The City of Annapolis is the capital of Maryland and the county seat of Anne Arundel County. It is home to the US Naval Academy and St. John’s College. The city is a beautiful waterfront community nestled between the Severn and South Rivers, two major tributaries to the Chesapeake Bay. Abundant wetlands provide unique habitat for both land and aquatic animals. Annapolis lies on the Atlantic Coastal Plain and is quite flat, with the highest ground being only fifty feet above sea level. The city has the second highest Urban Tree Canopy cover in Maryland. Annapolis is also the home of NWF’s Chesapeake Mid-Atlantic Regional Center.

Type : City or Town
Annapolis, MD 21401
Population: 38000
Registered

Ardentown

Founded in 1922, Ardentown is located in northern New Castle County, Delaware. It is one of the three single-tax villages – Arden, Ardentown, and Ardencroft – that together are commonly known as The Ardens. With approximately 120 leaseholds and 250 residents, Ardentown is the second oldest of The Ardens. It is also part of the Ardens Historic District, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2003. In Ardentown, we love our trees. Land leases stipulate that trees may not be cut down or removed without written permission from the Trustees. We advise residents to keep trees healthy by cutting ivy, grape vine, or other invasive vines at the base. The communal land of approximately 146 acres in the village is the legal responsibility of three trustees. That includes the land leased to leaseholders for 99 years, the woods, and the greens. The roads and a large tract known as the Sunnyside Nature Reserve are the responsibility of the village’s municipal government. The state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) considers about 37 acres in our community an important and protected natural area, which contains some of the oldest and largest trees in Delaware.

Type : City or Town
Ardentown, DE 19810
Population: 250

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