Beautification Committee

The focus of the Highland City Beautification Committee is not only to help beautify our amazing city, but also to create opportunities for residents to come together and create a sense of community.

Some of the great programs that we have, or plan to begin this coming year, are:

Adopt-a-Patch Program:

Run by amazing volunteers, these residents devote a small amount of time each week to clean debris and weeds from flower patches around town. This opportunity usually requires a quick 15 minutes every week. The majority of these flower beds are along our major roads (Alpine Highway and Highland Boulevard).

Backyard Garden Tours:

Save the date for our Highland Fling Backyard Garden Tour on Saturday, July 27 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM. Tour three fabulous back yards to get ideas and inspiration!

Yard of the Month:

Love passing by a neighbor who has gone above and beyond to beautify their yard? Let us know and we will send them a special Thank You!

Community Service Projects:

These opportunities change according to the need. Check back in the Highland newsletter or online each month for these fun, community-involved opportunities.

Community Garden:

This is a work in progress. Let our committee know if you’re interested in being involved to start a community garden.

Please contact us if you’re interested in helping out with our committee, need volunteer hours for work or school, or just want to help our beautiful town. Email Cary Wise.