Thank you for visiting the Sherman Green Community Pledge webpage.
This pledge gives suggestions on how individuals, families, and businesses can be less wasteful and harmful to the environment by committing to simple achievable actions. Please take a few moments to read the pledge and discuss with your family and friends which options you might want to select. If you pledge to at least three options on the pledge form, you may give permission for your name and address to appear as a green house on the Sherman Green Community map, and also to be listed in the Sherman's Green Hall of Fame!
We encourage you to select "clean electricity" as one of your pledges. Through the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, for every 100 Sherman households that sign up for alternative energy, the town will earn one free solar panel. Click here to learn more and to sign up at www.ctcleanenergyoptions.com
Please click here to download the pledge form. Forms are also available at Mallory Town Hall, the Sherman Library, The Sherman School, and at Old Town Hall. Contact Ruth Byrnes with any questions at 860-355-1139 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I get my house on the map?
By pledging to at least 3 items on the pledge form. You will need to indicate your address and the way you want your name to appear (e.g., Jane Smith, The Smith Family, Unlisted) on the map. You must sign the form giving us permission to put your name and address on the map. This will also give us permission to add your name to our Sherman Green Households list. Drop the form off to Ruth Byrnes at Mallory Town Hall, or fax it to 860-355-6943. Or you may send it in with your child to The Sherman School.What if I don't want my name listed on the map, but would like my house to appear in green?
Simply indicate that you want to be "Unlisted" on the pledge form.Sherman Green Hall of Fame
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Sherman's Green Community Map is paid for by the Conservation Com