THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS, VOLUNTEERS

AND GUESTS WHO MADE THE INAUGURAL

JOHNS CREEK GARDEN TOUR A GREAT SUCCESS!

 

 

Download the 2018 Secret Garden Tour Cellular App that will help you navigate between tour stops.  In your App or Play store search “explore johns creek” and download the orange Explore Johns Creek App icon.  Then go to “sites” and choose the 2018 Garden Tour site list.  Each of the garden tour stops is presented there with a navigational map, pictures, audio, and text.  Enjoy!

 

 


 

OUR 2018 JOHNS CREEK GARDEN TOUR SPONSORS

OUR SPONSORS

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Funds raised will be specifically earmarked toward the purchase of major public art sculptures for the City, as well as for landscape beautification projects throughout Johns Creek. 

 

ABOUT JOHNS CREEK BEAUTIFICATION

The term "raising awareness" has entered into our everyday language. We are constantly being made aware of environmental issues, our habits and our vulnerabilities. While there are numerous worthy causes, our cause is simple: to drive to a beautiful, clean community that exudes pride and purpose... to a place we call home. 

Johns Creek Beautification is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been formed to enhance and preserve the natural beauty in our common areas and public spaces through landscape installations, environmental preservation and public works of art.


return-callout-green.pngThe beginnings of JCB took root prior to the creation of the city of Johns Creek with the Medlock Bridge Beautification Project on SR 141, which was executed under the stewardship of the Johns Creek Community Association (JCCA). Community and state leaders worked together with the JCCA to formalize plans and to secure and facilitate $100,000 in grants from the Fulton County Tree Fund, along with donations from local businesses, to ensure the successful installation of Phase I. 

Today, the JCB continues that tradition. We work closely with the City of Johns Creek to help secure grants for landscaping and beautification projects. In fact, JCB donations of $15,000 helped the city obtain more than $130,000 in grants to fund landscaping at Jones Bridge and Abbots Bridge and at States Bridge Road, Kimball Bridge as well as landscaping for the planned Kimball Bridge Multi-Use Trail project. 

Help us continue this return on investment. 

We believe that beauty, in its many forms, calms or ignites the soul. Our goal is to raise awareness in a different way…..to initiate projects and to be involved in establishing and maintaining a standard of living that contributes to the visual and physical comfort of the citizens and businesses of Johns Creek.