Have you noticed? Look around Spring Hill!!
The Village of Spring Hill is looking better every day as property owners make improvements and help create the attractive, safe and walkable community that was the goal set forth back in 2006 when the first Village of Spring Hill meeting was held. Thanks to all of you who have gotten into the spirit for a better Spring Hill!!
All of the neighborhoods in the Village of Spring Hill that are updating their entrances and working together to make their areas more attractive and safer places to live.
Country Club Estates and Wimbledon Garden Club for replacing old street signs with good-looking winter green nameplates on black posts. A recent article in the Mobile Press-Register called attention to the Country Club Estates residents and the Wimbledon Garden Club for starting this project. The street signs as well as new stop signs match the signage used by the Village of Spring Hill in the main intersection of Old Shell Road and McGregor Avenue.
(For neighborhoods who would like to start such a program in their area, contact Ira Wells at the City of Mobile Traffic Engineering Department, 554-9481 or e-mail ira.wells@CityofMobile.org.)
Billie and Russell Goodloe for renovating their building and landscaping the property at 4501 Old Shell Road.
Spring Hill Shopping Center for updating the store fronts and landscaping the islands throughout the Center.
Place LeVert and Eaton Square for replacing the aged pear trees on the street with the Village signature tree, the Drake Elm.
Big Doings at The Holiday Place
What can we say but WOW! The Holiday Place property owners did not spare the change when they updated using as much of the Blueprint as possible. Wide sidewalks, a new pedestrian friendly entry way, gorgeous new lamps, courtyard and benches, Drake Elms and tree grates, landscaping AND signage (OK you are sooo getting 10 exclamation marks) !!!!!!!!!! Plus they even hosted an Artwalk - a wonderful community event in a lovely setting. If you did not attend - MAKE SURE you go next year! Next time you're out jogging stop and sit a spell and visit with a friend in this lovely little spot.
Family Pharmacy opening soon
Nice renovation at Bebo's Spring Hill Market
Love the New Look at d'Artistes
Wonderful Landscaping at Gold Art
Congratulations to the Llanfair-South
Have you noticed the beautiful yellow and red flowers on Old Shell Road at the entrance of Spring Hill Trace. The entrance sets a perfect example of how neighborhoods can improve the look of The Village of Spring Hill. Mr. & Mrs. Buck Trehern personally plant and maintain the entrance beds to their street. Other neighbors plant and maintain the end of the cul de sac. Thank you all for your wonderful work and contribution to our special area.
Property owners Mickey Crosby, Irvin Bullock and Bay Haas have redone the landscaping at The Holiday Place. The new plantings look beautiful and give the area a nice manicured look. Well done! (See photos)
The Village of Spring Hill, Inc. is grateful to Carolyn Mayson Miller of Carolyn Miller Design for this very attractive Web Site. Having grown up in Spring Hill, she wanted to give something back and what a wonderful way to "give back" to the community. She will maintain the site and Sam St. John is hosting the site through The Computer Professionals. Many thanks to you both.
Architect Craig Roberts was generous to put together a color palette for suggested paint colors when new buildings are under construction. Thank you, Craig, for your interest and your time.
Thanks to Mr. Sam's Hair Fashions for adding the flower boxes in front of their shop on McGregor!
The attractive logo that you see on all of our printed information and web site was designed by Kelley Beville as her gift to The Village. Kelley grew up in Spring Hill and wanted to give something back to the area. She graduated from Auburn University in Fine Arts and is currently the Art Director for Mobile Bay Monthly. Thank you. Kelley…well done!!
Last updated: November 6, 2013
|The Village of Spring Hill, Inc. Hosting provided through Logical Computer Solutions. Design & maintenance by Carolyn Miller Design.|