The Beautification Advisory Commission (BAC) was established with three objectives in mind:
To restore, preserve and enhance the beauty of the City of Auburn Hills.
To encourage and assist active participation in all activities which pertain to the beautification and improvement of the City of Auburn Hills, such as home and community beautification; slum prevention; health and safety; fire prevention; civic pride and new development.
To study, discuss and suggest to the City Council anti-blight and litter and beautification projects, and coordinating such projects by enlisting the active support of interested individuals, businesses and organizations.
The BAC works on three main programs each year - The Auburn Hills Perennial Exchange event, Keep-It-Clean City Clean-Up Events and the Beautification Awards Program
The Perennial Exchange will be held this year on Saturday, May 18th on the patio of the Auburn Hills Community Center. The Community Center is located on the City Campus across from the Library and behind the tennis courts. Rain or shine, residents and friends from neighboring communities are invited to join together to trade their extra perennial plants with each other. Meet your neighbors, gather new plants to diversify your garden, enjoy complimentary sweet treats, take part in gardening gift raffle and have your gardening questions answered by a Master Gardner! This is a free event.
Keep It Clean
The BAC is always looking for volunteers to help in our clean-up events! We welcome high school and college students, businesses, churches, retirees, families - anyone looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the community. Clean-up events last between one and two hours and all supplies are provided (except for gloves...please bring your own gloves!)
The Beautification Awards Program recognizes residents and businesses for outstanding landscaping and curb appeal. Look for your nomination form in the Spring/Summer edition of the Auburn Hills Newsletter and nominate a deserving property!
For more information on these programs and events, or if you are interested in one of the two open positions available on the Beautification Advisory Commission, please contact Elizabeth Brennan at 248.364.6946 or email email@example.com.
BAC meetings are every third Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Conference Room at 1827 N. Squirrel Road.
Beautification Advisory Commission Members:
Richard L. Foster, Chair
LaKesia Robinson, Vice Chair
Maureen Hammond, City Council Liaison
Elizabeth Brennan (City Staff Liaison to the BAC) - Community Development 248.364.6946
- Two Open Positions Available -