Crown Castle Employees Remove Invasive Species and More at Nira Rock

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More than 32 Boston Crown Castle employees spent a recent day at Nira Rock in Jamaica Plain removing invasive species, weeding and cleaned up adjacent to the playground.

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On May 9th, 2018, more than 32 Crown Castle employees spent the day at Nira Rock in Jamaica Plain removing invasive species, weeding and cleaning up adjacent to the playground.

On May 9th, Crown Castle hosted a day of service as part of its Connected by Good community parks initiative. Doubling its efforts from last year, Crown Castle identified 22 parks in 20 of the company’s largest markets. Employees spent the day planting, building, painting and improving public spaces. The company-wide program focuses on improving and enhancing parks across the country. This reinforces Crown Castle’s commitment to connecting people, businesses, and communities through communications infrastructure networks.

“In just one day, our employees made a meaningful difference in 20 cities across the country where we work and live,” said Jay Brown, president and CEO of Crown Castle. “Connecting with communities is at the core of our business. While this is the second year of our ongoing Connected by Good program, the parks community service initiative has become an integral part of our company culture and will continue to grow each year.”

More than 1,700 employees participated in the day of service, contributing more than 7,036 hours of planting, building, painting and cleaning up parks.