Cleanest City Contest (CCC)
In 1958, the LGCF was first among members of the National Garden Clubs, Inc. to sponsor a state wide “Cleanest City Contest.” The aim of the contest is to instill civic pride in the individual citizens and thus, improve the appearance of towns and cities. Each year competition has become stronger, and the cities and towns have achieved higher and higher standards of cleanliness. We point with pride to the many participating communities through the years – and to the ever-increasing number who work year round to keep their communities clean and beautiful.
Information to Enter the Contest
Click Here for a PDF file containing Regulations and Procedures, RULES, Tips, ENTRY FORM and Score Sheet.
updated Dec 2014
updated Dec 2014
The City of Alexandria was awarded first place in the state in division I.
Jean Gilstrap, LGCF, Inc. Cleanest City Contest chairman; Sherrell Bozeman, president Alexandria Garden Club; and Yvette Hebert, LGCF state president, presented Mayor Jacques M. Roy and the City of Alexandria with a plaque to mark the city’s statewide first place award in its division in the 2014 Cleanest City Contest.
Listed below is the placement for the 2014 Cleanest City Contest:
A Pollock 1st, Fenton 2nd, Dixie Inn 3rd
B Marion 1st, Moreauville 2nd
C Grand Isle 1st
D Jean Lafitte 1st, Zwolle 2nd
E Farmerville 1st, Ball 2nd, Welsh 3rd, Homer 4th
F Rayne 1st, St Martinville 2nd, Tallulah 3rd, Harahan 4th
G Pineville 1st, Abbeville 2nd, Crowley 3rd, River Ridge 4th
H Hammond 1st, Natchitoches 2nd, Terrytown 3rd, Opelousas 4th
I Alexandria 1st, Monroe 2nd
J Baton Rouge 1st, Lafayette 2nd, New Orleans 3rd, Metairie 4th