Wyandotte Beautification Commission is primarily responsible for landscaping of the downtown district. The Commission also maintains the Wyandotte Community Garden, which is available for rent by individuals and organizations. We are an all-volunteer organization and our volunteers assist in planting at our Dig Ins twice a year, as well as our monthly Community Garden Work Days. Volunteering is open to all people who live, work and appreciates the City of Wyandotte. Our Annual Beautification Awards honor residents and businesses that maintain beautiful properties throughout our city. The Commission consists of 11 members.
If you are not a member of the commission, you may still become a member of our corps of volunteers. To join our email list of volunteers, send us an email using the link below with your name and email address and we will keep you informed of our planting events via email.
We seek to involve neighbors throughout the City of Wyandotte in community landscaping, planting and improvements projects; both large and small. Our commission is an all-volunteer organization, open to all who live or work in the City of Wyandotte. Our goal is to build community pride, encourage participation and have fun. We value any contribution of time or talent. No contribution is ever too small.
John Darin, Chair
Mayor's Office Phone: 734-324-4544
Mayor's Office Fax: 734-324-4552
Wyandotte City Hall, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 300, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192
All regular meetings will be held at City Hall, Mayor’s Conference Room, Third Floor, 3200 Biddle Avenue, at 6:00 – 8:00 pm on the second Wednesday of each month.
2020 Meeting Dates:
3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 300, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192
The Beautification Commission has a term limit of 3 years, with terms beginning in April.
The Wyandotte Beautification Commission’s Adopt-A-Spot Program is intended to engage our entire community in beautifying our city. The program is open to all Wyandotte residents and businesses, Scout troops, faith-based groups and organizations, schools, non-profit organizations, clubs, and other community-action groups.