Black Mountain Beautification Committee

Mark your 2017 Calendars

The Black Mountain Beautification Committee

is a private, non-profit organization focused on beautification and community partnerships in the western North Carolina. 

The Beautification Committee strives to maintain and nurture the town gardens, green areas and also to establish more natural gardens in designated open areas. The Committee works with town groups to realize this vision of Black Mountain as a hospitable and scenic mountain community.

We invite you to use this website to review our
projects, become a volunteer, or make a contribution.

February 21

Board meeting at Town Hall @ 6 pm

The Consistent Look Committee has canvassed the store owners in the historic district of town to share plans for the coming year.

Get Involved

Consistent Look Project

The 2017 Seed Money Award  letter and application are posted on our website, please click below for details.

Welcome to "The Little Town That Rocks"

Donations of any size are welcome and will enhance the funds available for projects.


Click below is see more activities on our calendar

To donate a service to the 2017 Clothes Line Sale, please complete and submit your contribution using the form on our website.  Submission deadline is March 31th.

Black Mountain Garden Show & Sale - May 20 Garden Sale

OPEN -- Clothes Line Contribution Form

2017 Seed Money Award

Being part of the Black Mountain Beautification Committee exists in many ways through volunteering on projects and/or donations. 

Black Mountain Parks and Greenway Foundation is now on Amazon, Smile.  Support us by designating BMT Parks and Greenway to receive a donation from your purchase, one half of one percent of eligible purchases will be automatically deposited in the Foundation's account quarterly. 

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