The Town of Spring Lake Appearance & Sustainability Committee consists of members appointed by the Board of Aldermen to promote stimulus, improving the overall appearance of the community through innovative programs, and recommendations to the Board of Aldermen.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Grady Howard Conference Room of the Municipal Building.
If you live inside the city limits of Spring Lake and would like to serve on this committee, please complete an application and turn it in to the Town Clerk.
Click here to download application for Appearance Commission
Annual Report - check out what the Appearance commission has been and plans to do!
Keeping Spring Lake beautiful starts with you! It doesn't have to be grand. Sometimes it is the things we do each and every day - the things we do in the course of every day life. One of the ways the Appearance Commission helps to encourage the citizens to engage starts with where we live and work. The "Yard of the Month" program is an outstanding way to get involved. Everyone wants their yard - be it at home or work - to be well maintained and eye appealing. Why not be recognized for it? For all the time you spend on the weekends and the evenings making the grounds around where you spend time the best it can be, there is a certificate with your name waiting to be presented to you! Or maybe you have a neighbor who does, tell a member of the commission. For the criteria used to select Yards of the month and related information, click here.
In addition to the yards of the month, the Appearance Commission heads up two (2) Town-wide clean ups per year. One is held in the fall and the other in the spring. Working with the Town, these two very important events are growing and offer everyone the opportunity to pitch in and make Spring Lake the best it can be. Information on these events are distributed and advertised as they get closer. It is a great way to grab family and friends and spend a couple hours making a huge impact right here in our community!
Adopt-A-Street Program - click to learn more