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Whitehorse won a prize again in 2016!

CIB prize 2016 

In October 2016, the City of Whitehorse was awarded the Award is for overall landscape design and maintenance at a ceremony in Hope, BC. 

Our City received an overall rating of 4 out of 5 blooms on evaluated elements such as floral displays, urban forestry, culture and heritage displays, cleanliness, community involvement and environmental sustainability.  

A Special Mention was also received for the floral display on 2 Mile Hill which was designed by youth resident Taia Zakus!

Thank you to all businesses and residents who continue to make Whitehorse a beautiful city.

2015 prize

View our Community Profile Book submitted for the 2015 visit by the Communities in Bloom judges.

CIB Tidiness Award 

We were the proud recipient of the 2015 CIB Tidiness Award, presented in Kamloops at the Symposium in October 2015.

This particular prize was awarded to the City in recognition of its numerous programs which encourage community engagement and promote environmental stewardship and cleanliness. These initiatives include:

  • Community Cleanup Program
  • 20 Minute Makeover
  • Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Weekends
  • Curbside Tag ‘n’ Take Program

The City thanks Whitehorse residents who enthusiastically participate in these programs every year, thereby improving the quality of life for all citizens.

Budding Artists Contest

We would like to thank residents and businesses for their continued efforts to make Whitehorse a beautiful city by enhancing the appearance of their properties, adding floral displays such as planter boxes and hanging baskets.

We would also like to invite neighbourhood associations to bring forward initiatives and projects in 2017 that could help improve the aesthetics of their areas such as streets, signs and parks.  

For more information please contact Marc Boulerice, Parks Supervisor at 668-8655.

Communities in Bloom 

Communities in Bloom is a Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility and beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national program, with focus on enhancing green spaces in communities.

For more CIB program information visit communitiesinbloom.ca.