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We do not receive funding from the Village and are solely dependent upon donations

Thanks to the efforts of the Bronxville Beautification Council (BBC), our buildings are complemented by lovely landscaped public areas. The tulips and summer flowers in the traffic circles and the daffodils on the banks of the train station are just a few examples of the important work done by the BBC.

Our projects

Projects we are proud to actively work on

We augment underpass and traffic island plantings with such projects as the renovation of Leonard Morange Square Park, many memorial tree plantings and bench installations, and support to the Bronx River Parkway’s Greenway Path.

Transforming our community’s outdoor spaces

The Bronxville Beautification Council began as an effort by local citizens and gardeners to impact the visual beauty, and the organization has a number of projects in the works.

Yearly Open Public Space Transformations

The BBC is asking for your help. Using your tax-deductible donations, we will continue our work. We appreciate your supporting the BBC’s beautification efforts, and personally invite you to join our organization.

Gary Reetz, President           Katie Elder, Vice President

Previous Events & Happenings

The tulips in the traffic circle and the daffodils on the train station banks – our spring plantings were particularly welcome this year!

Through your generous donations, the BBC will continue to support the beautification efforts of the Village. However, the BBC does not receive any funding from the Village of Bronxville and are solely dependent upon your tax-deductible donations.

Our Annual Garden Party event is an opportunity to visit a local Bronxville garden graciously opened to visitors by local residents. Last year’s event was a huge success and all proceeds from the benefit went to support the many projects of the BBC.