The 34th Annual  

Commercial Landscape Awards


Top Three

Best of the Best!

village at pleasant valley

Heifer Village

Kitchens Pediatric Dentistry

The Village at Pleasant Valley



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This award was introduced in 2002

by former Commissioner Ann Ivey

and is two-fold:

  • It recognizes individuals/groups in the city that have promoted and improved the landscape in the City
  • It recognizes beautiful residential yards and resident's dedication and hard work to improve the landscape of our City

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AWARD: Description
The receipent receives a certificate signed by the commission and the mayor and a yard sign to display in their yard for 1-2 months. In 2008, the yard sign has been renovated to be recycled by the awardee when done in their curbside recycling bin.

Open to Public Nominations
Nomination Process:

Click here for the Nomination Form

Fax nomination form to: 501-371-6863

Email the nomination info to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Phone message the nomination info to: 501-371-4864

Mail nomination form to: City Beautiful Commission, Planning & Development Department, 723 W. Markham Street, Little Rock, AR 72201


2002 -   6

2003 - 34 

2004 - 18 

2005 - 20 

2006 - 20

2007 - 32 

2008 - 21

2009 - 25

2008 - 21

2009 - 25

2010 - 10

2011 - 15

2012 - 8

2013 - 8


Residence Awardees for 2014

2919 S. Arch Street, 72206, Ward 1

7211 N. Street, 72207, Ward 3

Media Relations Piece about the Program:

KATV Saturday Daybreak Show, June 1, 2013

Hit the Saturday Morning Show Tab and go down to the

Eye of the Beholder Segment, bottom right corner. 

Photo credits:

Award winning yard by a historic house in the Quapaw Quarter 

photo by former commissioner Kay Tatum, and 

another award winner yard at 2920 Millbrook Road  

photo by nominator, Cindy Dawson (neighbor)