Downtown Planter Program - Pilot Project

June 2, 2020

Downtown Flower Planter Program
Pilot project, Summer 2020

Cost to business owner: $125 per year

Town to Provide:
Planter (36” L x 26” W x 21” H) with water reservoir
Flowers in the planter
Placement and pick up of the planters
Storage of the planters
 
Business owner to provide:
Water into the reservoir
Care of the planters (heading, cleaning, debris etc.)

Location: Planters are to be located curbside, not against buildings
Registration: Please register at the Rec Office with Rhonda
                        rec@pinchercreek.ca or 403 627 4322

Deadline to register: Until sold out


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Approx. time frame:  June through September
2020 flower colors: Pink, white & blue
Pilot project is open to store front business on Main St. between Rimmington Ave to Hwy 6


Supported by Communities and Bloom & the Town of Pincher Creek



 
 

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