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<br /> <br /> <br />AMENITIES ADOPTION PROGRAM <br />GUIDELINES FOR ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR TRAIL AMENITIES AND PLAQUES <br /> <br />The Amenities Adoption Program provides civic‐minded individuals the opportunity to make a donation <br />to trails that will also allow for the recognition of an organization, business, or loved one in a unique and <br />lasting manner. <br /> <br />1. Members of the public will have the opportunity to “adopt” trail amenities on trails managed by the <br />Town of Truckee. Adoptable amenities include existing pet waste stations, benches, picnic tables, <br />kiosks, trash cans, and trail bridges. A complete list of trail amenities available for adoption may be <br />found in Exhibit A. <br /> <br />2. A Trail Amenities Adoption Agreement will be used to clarify the understanding between the Donor, <br />Truckee Trails Foundation, and Town of Truckee, and will include the amenity to be adopted, <br />adoption fee, plaque details, and additional agreements regarding the amenity adoption. <br /> <br />3. The adoption fee will cover the cost of a (3”x 7”) commemorative plaque. To maintain consistency, <br />plaques must be arranged through the Truckee Trails Foundation. Commemorative plaques installed <br />on trail amenities must be for an individual or a purpose that is non-controversial1 with text that is <br />appropriate for display in a public place, and approved by the Truckee Trails Foundation. Business <br />names are appropriate, but logos will not be allowed. <br /> <br />4. Plaques to be placed on the adopted amenity are guaranteed for one year from the date of <br />placement on the amenity. After one year, it shall be the responsibility of the donor to fund <br />replacement of damaged or stolen plaques for $35. <br /> <br />5. The donor agrees not to add any additional items to the amenity including but not limited to <br />flowers, photographs, etc. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />1 Including language that is obscene, lewd, defamatory, infringes on the proprietary rights of any third party, <br />or is otherwise inappropriate.