- WHEN: Third Wednesday every month, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- WHERE: During the summer months the meetings are held in various city parks:
- WHO: Public is always invited to attend
- WHAT: At our meetings we discuss our upcoming events and discuss ways in which to help beautify our community in order to bring people closer together. We are always open to the suggestions of the community.
Summer Meeting Locations
May: Quail Cove Park, 800 N. 900 E.
June: Kimberly Park, 250 W. 990 N.
July: Residence, 749 N. 540 W.; Committee Meeting & BBQ. Meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
August: Rotary Park, 400 S. 200 E.; 6 p.m.
Sept: Pioneer Park, 300 N. 100 E.; 6 p.m.Agenda & meeting minutes
Yard of the Month Signs:
- Four signs are posted in front yards which deserve of the attention of the community. These areas are chosen by committee members or people who have volunteered addresses of yards that are well cared for and maintained by the citizens living there. They add beauty to the community. Special awards are given and the names are posted on the city’s web site. Each month new yards are recognized.
Annual Garden Tour:
- Each year, in conjunction with the annual Steel Day Celebration, A two day City Garden Tour is held. Eight to ten homes are pre‐selected to be a part of the tour. Many gardening ideas become available to the novice as well as the professional gardener. This is an event which has been a great success and spotlights the working hands which make up our fine city. Awards are given and a barbecue is held at the conclusion of the celebration as a small thanks to the participants. The tour is free of charge. The homes and addresses will be available in the Steel Days program.
- This year will be the 3rd Annual competition. It will be open to both residential and business entries. Prizes will be awarded and registration forms and rules will be available at City Hall in September and October. Competition will be in October with judging held on Saturday, Oct. 28th
- Carlton Bowen, City Council Representative
- Lupe Lee
- Nelson Miles
- Paul Strong
- RoseMarie Taylor (Committee Chairwoman)
- Ross Bratt
- Rusty Fotheringham (City Forester)
The goal of the committee is to promote beautification throughout the City and to be an example to neighboring communities. The committee is also greatly involved with adding City trees. Through the committee's efforts, the City of American Fork has become a member of the prestigious Tree City USA organization.
The time commitment of the beautification committee per month is minimal, and volunteers and committee members are always wanted. If you're interested in getting involved, please attend one the meetings .