What We Do
The Town Council created the Beautification Commission in 1986. It is composed of seven members appointed by the First Selectman for a term of five years. The Commission has the power to plan and develop beautification projects for the Town of Trumbull to beautify publicly owned land not already within the jurisdiction of the Park Commission. It also advises the First Selectman and all Boards and Commissions concerning the aesthetic aspect of development; encourages activities to enhance the appearance of the business/commercial areas in a neat and attractive condition.
Residents are invited to nominate friends, neighbors, businesses or themselves to be considered for the Beautification Award. Nomination forms are available at both libraries, Recreation Dept, Town Clerk's office and the Nature and Arts Center. Nominations should be mailed to: Beautification Commission, 5866 Main Street Trumbull, CT or given to any member of the Commission.
Beautification Award Winner:
The Pateracki family on 13 Paulina Place has received a Beautification Award from the Trumbull Beautification Commission. Their neighbor, Deanna Bogen, nominated them for this award in recognition of all the architectural and landscaping improvements they’ve recently completed. Kathy Pateracki said the home, originally built in 1952, was transformed from a “little blue house” to the beautiful home it is today. Their son Michael was responsible for the landscaping.
Outstanding Tree Award Winner:
Bob & Sandi Keiser of 23 Old Stream Lane were surprised to find so many people had been admiring the beautiful 40 year old weeping cherry tree on their property for so many years. The Keisers are the first residents to receive the Beautification Commission’s Outstanding Tree Award. This award is given for an especially beautiful, historic or unusual tree. Patricia Pavia, a member of the Trumbull Beautification Commission, nominated the Keiser’s for this award.
Agendas & Minutes
Listing files in 'Beautification Commission'