Investment activities

City pocket garden

A city pocket garden with the colorful inscription GRYFINO was created in the center of Gryfino.

Energy-saving solar lighting

Gryfino Commune purchased and installed energy-saving lighting using renewable energy sources.

Ecological infrastructure for primary schools

Gryfino schools received infrastructure enabling ecological education: planting boxes, rain barrels, benches and educational boards.

Preschool rain gardens

Children attending Kindergarten No. 1. and No. 5 in Gryfino took part in practical learning how to set up a rain garden.

Development of the area of Love Hill

The area of ​​Love Hill gained a new attractive infrastructure. It complemented the work carried out in 2018 as part of the project entitled Revalorization of the City Park and the area of ​​Górka Miłości and the area at Opolska and Kołłątaja Streets.

Land development at Mazowiecka and Mazurska Streets

Implementation of the planned range of plantings was aimed at completing the land development process, where streets and pedestrian routes had been built in previous years.

Land development of Fredry Street

A small “bee garden” was created at Fredry Street, in a green area between single-family houses. A small flower meadow was created here and 11 golden caps were planted. An insect hotel has also been installed.

Land development around the retention reservoir at Kochanowskiego Street

As a result of the project activities, the green area around the retention reservoir in the single-family housing estate was developed. The designed vegetation is extensive, so undemanding in terms of water requirements and planting location. In addition, plants will retain moisture in the soil, which is a natural bioretention and prevents flooding.

Creation of a flower meadow in the area on the outskirts of Gryfino

Land development in the vicinity of the overpass on the national road No. 31 was aimed at transforming the wasteland into a large meadow planted with melliferous plants with natural hotels for bees. The tree species used are natural, such as small-leaved limes and maples. Additionally, silver birches were introduced. All tree species are melliferous and resistant to adverse weather and soil conditions.

Development of the waterfront in Gryfino

The project was aimed at introducing a multi-storey and species-diverse arrangement of vegetation on the Gryfino waterfront. The species used are natural and are intended to introduce a significant shaded area in the future.