About John’s Creek Beautification
Johns Creek Beautification was formed in 2007 for the specific purpose of providing landscaping enhancement or preservation, architectural installations and public works of art in common areas and medians, and adding to both visual and physical comfort while sustaning property value for the residets and businesses within the City of Johns Creek
Johns Creek Beautification Exists for the benefit of the entire community. Our mission and all of our strategic initiative are designed to visually improve our city’s appearance and provide a means to advance cultural awareness and preserve historical artifacts for our citizens, business community and visitors
Median And Right-Of-Way Beautification
The smallest beginnings of JCB were in motion prior to the official creation of the City by way of the Medlock Bridge Beautification Project in SR 141, which was completed under the stewardship of the Johns Creek Community Association (JCCA.) Community and state leaders worked together with the JCCA to formalize plans, secure and facilitate $100K in Fulton County Tree Funds grants plus local business donations to ensure the successful installation of Phase l.
Public Works Of Art
JCB has worked in cooperation with the City of Johns Creek, though its Leadership Johns Creek program to create a Public Arts Master Plan, which enables the community to create public arts projects that support and advance the vision, design and community development goals of the City and it’s various departments. JCB, through their public arts initiative brand, ArtSpot, seeks to commission works from local and regional and nationally known artists that will be installed as inspirational public art to encourage and restore a sense of discovery, vitality and identity in out City, while becoming a visual record of the growth of the community and its artistic development.
Land Enhancement & Park Preservation
Utilizing the City of Johns Creek’s zoning and planning approval process, JCB can act as a community liaison to encourage and promote the involvement of City planners, private developers, community and neighborhood group, business associations and citizens to engage in identifications, enhancement and preservation of historic articles/property, thereby shaping programs for the public good and securing public/ private ownership.