Greenscape: A cost-efficient and environmentally friendly solution for landscaping.
Keep Evansville Beautiful Greenscape Program not only makes Evansville a more beautiful place to live, but also creates a stronger, more cohesive community with real tangible benefits. We work with residents, neighborhood associations, business owners, schools, and others to dramatically improve our communities’ environment and aesthetics.
Clean, well maintained communities discourage littering, illegal dumping, and crime as well as contribute to the overall health of our environment. We strive to connect people to their environment and city, creating vibrant places rooted in community and building lasting value by working together. Beautiful public spaces transcend aesthetic appeal to positively impact the lives of area residents, visitors, businesses and institutions.
Ziemer Celebration Garden
In honor of Ed Ziemer’s service to Evansville and Keep Evansville Beautiful, a celebration greenscape, located at Tenth and vine Street in Evansville that was planted on September 15, 2012.
Garvin Park Fountain
The 85-year-old historic landmark fountain and gates stand at the entrance to Garvin Park, which is on the National Historic Register. This fund is for maintenance of the fountain and landscaping surrounding the fountain.
Carolyn Georgette Memorial Garden
In honor of Carolyn Georgette’s service to Evansville and Keep Evansville Beautiful, a memorial greenscape, located at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and John Street in Evansville that was planted in 2007.
Borries Memorial Garden
In honor of Rick Borries’ service to Evansville and Keep Evansville Beautiful, a memorial greenscape, located at Tenth and Vine Street in Evansville was planted on October 23, 2010.