The Beautification Program utilizes Bed, Board and Beverage (BBB) Tax revenues efficiently and effectively to create, enhance, and preserve the sense of place, the built and natural environment, of Flagstaff. Working with community groups and the Beautification and Public Art Commission, this program generates enhancement projects such as streetscapes; landscaping, including community gardens; enhanced traffic and transportation features; and other small and large community projects that provide community planning and aesthetics consistent with the high standards defined by Flagstaff's public policy.
For information on available funding through Beautification in Action Grants and more, please visit the Artist Opportunities page.
In order to preserve the community's investment in beautification, ongoing maintenance of these projects is overseen by this program. Currently, City of Flagstaff crews are maintaining more than fifty acres of enhancement landscaping.
For more on this program, focused on preservation of the historic environment of Flagstaff, visit the Heritage Preservation page.
The Beautification Program focuses on the beautification of public spaces. Project examples include landscaping along Route 66, some streetscape art projects, and gateways to Flagstaff.