The Denville Beautification Committee’s mission is to develop gardens and natural habitats for the public to enjoy and to encourage continuous environmental improvements throughout Denville Township. The Beautification Committee consists of volunteer garden members sharing the common goal to beautify Denville. This committee seeks the support and cooperation of individuals, Township civic groups, church groups, sports organizations and clubs to further our goals. A little bit of your time goes a long way. Let’s make Denville Bloom!
For more information or to join please contact Irene at 973-625-8300 ext 290
Goals & Accomplishments:
Roads and sidewalks should be clean at all times and not only in the downtown area.
Planting areas such as the ramp from Route 46 to Route 53, Broadway, Bloomfield Avenue, Main Street to Broadway and Route 53 to Station Road are all the result of the Beautification Committee.
Planters on Broadway, Main Street and Diamond Spring Road will be expanded into other areas.
Parks like McCarter Park and Muriel Hepner Park will receive a major overhaul.
Town entrances on Route 46, Route 10 and Route 53 will receive recognizable attention.
All of this has been done by volunteers. To accomplish our goals, we need the help of citizens.