Congratulations to the August 2020 Yard of the Month winners!
Congratulations to the August 2020 Sherrill Yard of the Month Winners! We’re happy to announce that the Carinci/Dabro yard at 147 Allen Street and the Brown yard at 128 Ross Terrace were selected as the August winners! Make sure you walk, bike or drive by to check them out- they are even more beautiful in person! We thank all residents for their nominations and participation and look forward to celebrating additional yards throughout the next few months.
July 2020 Winners
King yard at 139 Park Terrace Extension
Wilbur yard at 370 East Seneca Street
June 2020 Winners
Davis yard at 316 Kinsley Street VanDreason yard at 424 Primo Ave
May 2020 Winners
Cabrera yard at 512 Kinsley Street Ives yard at 440 East Hamilton Ave
2020 Sherrill Yard of the Month Program
The City of Sherrill knows many residents take great pride in their properties and the many beautiful lawns, yards and gardens contribute to our community’s welcoming appearance. The City of Sherrill will select two properties each month in the months of May, June, July, August and September to recognize residents’ efforts.
Yards that show great care and comply with local ordinances will be eligible. City of Sherrill employees, commissioners and community representatives will select the yards and present a special sign to each selected yard to be displayed for the month. The signs will be collected at the end of the month and then displayed in other yards in the following months. All yards will be looked at but individuals can also suggest beautiful properties by emailing Sara Getman, Recreation Supervisor, [email protected]. Properties can only be selected one time per year in an effort to recognize multiple properties. Selected properties will be announced here and on the City of Sherrill Facebook page during the first week of the following month. Please contact Brandon Lovett, Sherrill City Manager, [email protected] with any questions.
We look forward to celebrating those who do a superior job in maintaining their yards in such a way that they enhance the overall curb appeal of the entire community.