A group of Black Mountain residents initiated the Black Mountain Beautification Committee in 2000 with the goal of improving the aesthetics of our community. As a non-profit organization, we exist solely by the support of community volunteers, private donations and the Town of Black Mountain of North Carolina.
The people of Black Mountain possess a cherished tradition of honoring the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, all the while seeking to reflect that beauty on the streets and in the lives of its citizens.
Our Committee strives to maintain and nurture the town gardens, green areas and also to establish more natural gardens in designated open areas. We work with town groups to realize this vision of Black Mountain as a hospitable and scenic mountain community.
Lyndall Noyes-Brownell, Chair
Gail Bromer, Co-Chair
Libba Fairleigh Secretary
Martha Long, Treasurer
Pam Pauly, Garden Site Coordinator
Our monthly committee meetings are held at Town Hall in the Board Room on the third Tuesday at 5:30 pm which are open to the public. We get a lot done and have fun too.
Number of Volunteers: 60+
2015 Volunteer Hours: Approximately 4,342 hours, with an in-kind service donation of $31,479.50
Mission: Dedicated to improving the aesthetics of Black Mountain, NC.
Address: Black Mountain Beautification Committee, P.O. Box 363, Black Mountain, NC 28711