Communities in Bloom
Fort Erie Communities-in-Bloom
Communities-in-Bloom is a non-profit Canadian organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility and beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national program, with focus enhancing green space in communities.
The Council-appointed Fort Erie Communities-in-Bloom Committee acts on behalf of the Community, to coordinate participation in the National Communities-in-Bloom Program and conduct a local Communities-in-Bloom competition that recognizes the environmental, beautification and volunteer efforts of Fort Erie property owners and organizations.
A History of Success
2004 - 5 Blooms Provincial Competition, Landscape Award
2005 - 4 Blooms, National Competition, Dedicated Heritage Award
2006 - 5 Blooms, National Competition, Heritage Preservation Award
2007 to 2008 - Friends Category
2009 - 5 Blooms in National Competition, Floral Displays Award
2010 to 2011 - Friends Category
2012 – Winner, National Competition
2013 to 2014 – Circle of Excellence
2015 - Honourable Mention, International Challenge,
5 Bloom Silver Status, Special Recognition of Volunteer
Involvement and Recognition
Communities-in-Bloom Local Competition
Annual Competition recognizing excellence in the categories of:
Entry Categories include Single Residential, Residential Neighbourhood, Village Streetscape, Window Boxes or Planters, Vegetable Garden, Small Business, Commercial, Institutional, Kids-in-Bloom, Churches, Elementary and Secondary School Projects and The Mad Hatter Garden.
Click here for Judging Criteria Explained