Communities in Bloom

What is Communities in Bloom? People, plants and pride...growing together.

Armstrong In Bloom

Communities in Bloom volunteers have a bit of fun at the local Farmer’s Market.

Armstrong in Bloom is a volunteer-run initiative to encourage citizens to work together to enhance and sustain the visual appeal of neighbourhoods, public spaces, parks and streetscapes.

Please go to the Communities in Bloom website for more information.

If you wish to volunteer, please contact program liaison Shirley Fowler at 250-546-3732

Royal LePage Communities in Bloom Curb Appeal Contest

Environmental Criteria – Drought Tolerant Landscape

Heritage Criteria – Landscaped Historical Property

Urban Forestry Criteria – Outstanding display of Urban Trees

Landscape Criteria – Hidden Gem

Floral Criteria – Residential Floral Display

Business / Industrial – Best Overall “Visual” Appeal

Institutions – Best Overall Landscaped Property

Neighbourhood Competition

Best Overall Landscaped Property – Residential

Eclectic or Whimsy Property – Expressing One’s Personality

Let’s Paint the Town Participant – Most Notable Impact

Communities in Bloom Committee’s Choice – Volunteer Award

Marigold Mile Planting 

In partnership with the Gardening Warriors (subcommittee for the Communities in Bloom program), the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce volunteers each spring along with students from Armstrong Elementary, Highland Park and Len Wood Schools to help our Public Works Crew and Gardening Warriors plant Marigolds along the “Marigold Mile” on Pleasant Valley Road between Smith Drive and Mill Street.

The City of Armstrong municipal office will be closed for the Christmas holiday Monday, December 26, 2022 to Monday January 2, 2023. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Regular office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 250-546-3023 or email info@cityofarmstrong.bc.ca for further assistance.