Registered

Crescent Valley

The Crescent Valley Biodiversity Management Area is approximately 800 acres and extends from Gig Harbor northward, following Crescent Creek, and including Crescent Lake. This area consists mostly of single-family homes, along with a few hobby farms. The Crescent Valley Alliance, an organization of local residents interested in maintaining the area's wealth of biodiversity, is leading the project. Crescent Valley registered as a Community Wildlife Habitat in October, 2006.

Type : City or Town
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
Population: 1500
Certified

Davie

The town of Davie began as a small farm community at the edge of the Everglades, and it still consists of both residential and agricultural areas. Davie has a large horse-owning population and has still has a “Western” feel to it. In earlier years, cattle ranching was common, but much of the land has converted to residential or commercial zoning. Davie has many equestrian and recreational trails, as well as canals. The town is also hub for higher education and is home to five different colleges and universities.

Type : City or Town
Davie, FL 33314
Population: 96000
Registered

Deerfield Beach

Deerfield Beach, located 14 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, is a coastal city with a lovely white sand beach, canals, lakes and preserved parks. It is a city of mixed ages and was ranked #1 by Money magazine on their “Where Homes are Most Affordable” list. The city has a strong support for preservation of the environment by staff and volunteers of the Deerfield Beach Arboretum, Deerfield Beach Island Park, the Chamber of Commerce and the city Beautification Committee, as well as from the mayor and city commissioners. Deerfield Beach has been awarded the “Blue Wave” designation from the Clean Beach Council.

Type : City or Town
Deerfield Beach, FL 33064
Population: 77000
Registered

Derry Township (Hershey)

Community description coming soon!

Type : City or Town
Hershey, PA 17033
Population: 21273
Certified

Druid Hills

Druid Hills is about 5 miles from downtown Atlanta. It was developed during the late 19th - early 20th centuries using the landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed the U.S. Capitol, Central Park in New York City and the Biltmore Estate in Ashville, N.C. The neighborhood has both early 20th Century Victorian mansions and charming brick bungalows. The terrain is wooded, gently hilly and the streets wind along ridges and through hardwood canopies. The neighborhood's main employers are Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Type : Neighborhood or HOA
Atlanta, GA 30307
Population: 15000
Certified

Dublin

Type : City or Town
Dublin, OH 43016
Population: 40500
Registered

East Hampton

Community description coming soon! In the meantime, please visit http://www.easthamptonct.gov/Pages/index

Type : City or Town
East Hampton, CT 06424
Population: 12959
Registered

Edgewood

Type : City or Town
Edgewood, WA 98371
Population: 10830
Certified

Edmonds

Edmonds is a picturesque seaside community with views of Puget Sound and both the Olympic and Cascade Ranges. The waterfront is a transportation corridor, with railroad and ferry service. The City of Edmonds established an underwater scuba-diving park that is a protected marine sanctuary. In addition, a 23-acre brackish marsh is a wildlife sanctuary. Edmonds has a city ordinance that restricts cats; cats are not allowed to roam freely in the city limits. For more information, visit www.edmondsbackyardwildlifehabitat.org.

Type : City or Town
Edmonds, WA 98020
Population: 40560
Registered

Encinitas

Incorporated in 1986, Encinitas has a small town atmosphere and a wealth of picturesque, practically pristine natural settings for residents and tourists to appreciate. It is bordered on the north by the Batiquitos Lagoon, on west by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy lands and on the east by more open space and less-developed neighborhoods. Of primary concern to the city is the loss of wildlife habitat and the increasingly polluted local groundwater. Encinitas became a registered Community Wildlife Habitat in March 2005.

Type : City or Town
Encinitas, CA 92007
Population: 60000

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