The Martin Beautiful committee is a citizen committee of the City of Martin created in 2000 to lead the community’s
- * Martin Beautiful oversees the maintenance of various public spaces throughout Martin through the committee’s Adopt-a-Site program.
- * Martin Beautiful presents garden seminars and creates beautification projects annually.
- * The primary purpose of Martin Beautiful is to raise awareness of issues affecting the community’s appearance.
To see a list of current committee member visit Board and Committees.
2020 Martin Beautiful Garden Seminar | Saturday, March 28th
Fredrick St. median, near The Lindell | Adopted by Keith Cursey family
Flowerbed at University/Lovelace St. | Adopted by Dr. Elaine Harriss
Industrial Park Entrance | Adopted by MTD Products Inc.
Median in parking lot near City Hall | Adopted by Edward Jones & Co.
Flowerbed at The Sideline | Adopted by The Sideline
Flowerbed near library, on Main St. | Adopted by Scott, Lora, Blaine McDonald
Flowerbed SE of library on Main St. | Adopted by Donnie Walker
Historic Martin Sign Entrance | Adopted by NWTN Local Food Network
Dustin Laird, Hawks Rd/Dustin Laird Dr. | Adopted by Billy Laird (Sabrina Bates)
Brian Brown Greenway | Adopted by Peach Grove Nursery
Brian Brown Greenway | Adopted by Rotary Club
Flowerbed between Sideline and Shoe Shack | Adopted by The Shoe Shack- Bennie Castleman
Welcome to Martin sign, West side | Adopted by Optimist Club
Welcome to Martin sign, East side | Adopted by MTD Products Inc.
Vickie’s Designer Touch Flowerbed | Adopted by Vickie White
Poplar Falls Park | Adopted by Master Gardeners & Front-center part, Girl Scouts
Festival Park Flag Pole | Adopted by [Obion County] Master Gardeners
Flowerbed on Central St. | Adopted by Rolling Thunder Chapter
Miles Chapel Church | Adopted by Jo Ann Carter
Pearl Hayes Memorial | Adopted by Dr. Wesley Totten
Carolyn and Gary Brown, Strand and Broadway | Adopted by Carolyn Brown
Willis Brown Site, Fulton St./Hyndsver Rd. | Adopted by JoAnn Carter
Charlie Moore Memorial | Adopted by Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church
Long site facing University St. behind State Farm | Adopted by State Farm, Scott Taylor
Weldon Park caboose | Adopted by Brian Moore and Martin Public Works
Annual Martin Beautiful Awards: The 2020 award submissions will be taken June 1-15 2020.
Do you know someone with a beautiful front yard or well kept business? This is their time to shine! The Martin Beautiful Committee is accepting nominations for the annual Martin Beautiful Awards. Awards are given to owners who have demonstrated the greatest efforts to beautify their property during the year. Award categories include Churches, Residences (Two Winners), Multiple Residences, Business/Commercial, and Adopt-A-Site. Nominations can be made by phone, please leave a message at 721-588-2507 or by email at [email protected]
Please include the address, owner’s name, and a phone number if possible. The Martin Beautiful Committee will judge nominated sites between June 16-22, 2020. Winners will be announced at the Tennessee Soybean Festival Mayors Luncheon on September 8, 2020.
Rules for the nominations are as follows:
Last year’s winners are ineligible.
Nominations of Martin sites can be made by anyone in the community.
A committee or third party can make nominations.
Landscape of the front and back yards, not architecture, is to be considered.
The property with the majority of Martin Beautiful Committee votes in its category will be selected.