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  • Beautification Committee Mission Statement
          Beautification Committee Members

    City Manager
          Matt Andrews

          Executive Assistant
    Brittany Fowers

         Parks and Recreation Deputy Director
    Travis Flint

          Public Works Admin Assistant
    Jodi Fusselman

         Code Enforcement Compliance
    Broc Gresham

       City Council Member
    Ann Jackson

          Resident
         Glenda Moore 




    Purpose
    The Beautification Committee serves as an advisory committee/focus group to City Council for the purpose of researching, developing, and proposing plans to improve the appearance of our City through creative initiatives. Representatives from various City staffs and the public meet periodically to make suggestions, brainstorm ideas, and promote follow-through. The Committee works with departments and the Arts Council, and utilizes various social media and the Roy City website to keep the public informed.

    Goal
    The goal of the committee is to promote beautification, cleanliness, and quality of life throughout the City, promote citizen – and city - involvement in beautification efforts, and to be an example to neighboring communities.


     


    Roy City "Yard of the Month" Program

    We are pleased to announce that the Roy City Council has approved a new awards program, proposed by the Beautification Committee: Roy City Yard of the Month

    We want to celebrate examples of beautiful front yard landscaping throughout our town. The recently-approved Roy City General Plan identified 8 broad "neighborhoods" in the city, based largely upon when the area was developed, so there will be 8 winners each month. This year the judging will be done in early July, August, and September. Winners will be selected by the Mayor and Council as they explore assigned areas of our town, using the following criteria: use of plants/color, maintenance, water efficiency, and overall design.

    Each winning front yard owner will receive a certificate to keep, and will be asked to display a sign in their yard for 30 days. The yards will be listed on the Roy City Facebook page and shared to relevant groups, featured in Roy Connection magazine, and possibly displayed permanently on the City website.











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    For water wise tips and information from the Roy Beautification Committee Members, click here.

    Utah Water Savers "Flip your Strip" Program

    From the program website "Increase your curb appeal, reduce water use, and get money back when you participate in the Flip Your Strip rebate program. Removing lawn from your park strip will save an estimated 5,000-8,000 gallons of water each year—and you can get cash for doing it. Receive $1 per square foot for replacing the lawn in your park strip with a water-efficient design, or $1.25 per square foot if you also attend a free park strip class."

     


    To view further details on the Flip your Strip program and to check eligibility, click here.

    Additional resources and park strip ideas from their program, found here.