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Armstrong in Bloom

"Communities that look successful are most likely to be successful. Whether a community's specific goals are to increase tourism, generate new economic development or simply to build civic pride, the appearance presented to citizens and to others is a key factor in achieving those goals. The Communities in Bloom program inspires communities to enhance and sustain the visual appeal of neighbourhoods, public spaces, parks and streetscapes through the imaginative use of regionally-appropriate plants and landscaping with attention to environmental stewardship and to preserve heritage and cultural assets. An integral component of this very popular program is the friendly competition between communities, engaging citizens of all ages, service groups, businesses and associations in a public-spirited effort to succeed and be recognized." https://www.bccib.ca/what-is-cib.html


Royal LePage Communities in Bloom Curb Appeal Contest

You Are Invited to attend the Awards Presentation Ceremony: 

When: Saturday July 13, 2019 viewing awards at 9:00 am, awards presentation at 9:30 am
Where: Armstrong Farmers' Market

Awards to be presented for:

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

The Armstrong in Bloom plan on working with businesses to "Paint the Town".


For more information on any of the above, please contact Shirley Fowler at 250-546-3732