Beautification

The Churchill's Grove area, with its tree-lined streets and stately old homes, is a warm and welcoming neighborhood.  This page is dedicated to the efforts of Grove residents to maintain this warm and welcoming ambiance with a variety of projects and initiatives in the public- and common spaces in the Grove.  These include, for example:
  • decorative gardens on the boulevard endcaps on Harlem Blvd.,
  • holiday decorations on light poles in the Grove, and
  • garbage-pickup activities and leaf removal from storm sewers.
Please note that, as of Spring 2017, the Association Board has decided to remove the Community Garden plot which Shelley and Bruce Martin and several other Grove residents have maintained for the last several years.  The Association is grateful for all the hard work that they put into the effort!

The Gardening Committee does a great job coordinating the activities of several dozen volunteers in order to keep the Grove looking great! 
If you have suggestions for beautification projects or would like to contribute to this part of life in the Grove, please contact the Gardening Committee chairperson for more information.
Subpages (1): Community Garden