Beautification & Tree Board
Madison Recognized as a 2015 Tree City USA
Click here to read the letter regarding the award: 2015 Tree City USA Recognition
2017 Calendar of Events
Please click here to see what is going on this year: 2017 Calendar of Events
Third Tuesday of each month
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Madison City Hall, 100 Hughes Rd.
2017 Beautification Awards Information
The Madison Beautification Awards program recognizes commercial properties within the city limits of Madison which, through landscaping efforts, help make our community a more inviting and beautiful place to live and work. This year judging will take place
May 18, 2017 and will follow the grading scale listed on the Judge’s Overview and Scoring Sheet.
The Madison Beautification Board welcomes and encourages new or recently improved commercial properties to apply. The application and $25 fee are due
May 4th, 2017. Applications and fees should be mailed to Madison Beautification Board, 100 Hughes Road, Madison, AL 35758.
Winning properties will be publicly recognized and honored for their commitment to beautifying Madison on June 22, 2017. A Madison Beautification Award metal sign and holder will be placed on all winning properties.
2017 Beautification Award Application
| 2017 Judge's Scoring Sheet
2017 Revised Judging Sheet Information
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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Membership in the Beautification Commission consists of 5-15 members with two members appointed by the majority vote of the City Council
and the remaining members appointed by the Mayor
2015 Board Positions:
Programs and Projects
- President: Karen Lawler
- Vice-President Beautification Board: Amber Braman
- Vice-President Tree Board: Marsha Harris
- Treasurer: Julie Ray
The City of Madison Beautification and Tree Board was established on October 28, 2002, and acts in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council. Its purpose is to enhance the quality of life in Madison through beautification and environmentally friendly practices.
In 2007, the Madison City Council approved the Knock Out Rose as the official signature plant of the City, creating a unique opportunity for residents, businesses, and local government to work together, using a cohesive landscaping element to create a distinct appearance throughout our City.
Due to the prevalence of Rose rosette disease in our area, the current 2016 Beautification Board advises residents and commercial property owners to be informed of RRD prior to purchasing volumes of Knock Out roses for landscape plantings. Please visit the Alabama Cooperative Extension System website at http://news.aces.edu/blog/2016/01/28/rose-rosette-disease-widespread-north-alabama/