Studies have shown that well designed city landscaping has a positive effect on citizens, creating a stronger sense of community and overall better health. Get involved in supporting PBF’s efforts to improve our public and green spaces, and see our community flourish!

Current Campaign: Linda Beach Tot Lot and Nature Playscape

Please help make the dream a reality!

The Linda Beach Playfield conceptual design has been approved and PBF wants to help make it a reality! The Tot Lot at Linda Beach is one of the most used city recreation facilities and is long overdue for upgrades.

The all-new nature playscape will take full advantage of the topography of the site, connect to nature, create climbing and play elements that allow for free-form exploration, and provide easy access for strollers and to restrooms.

Your General Fund dollars will help make this play space a reality for the children of Piedmont.


Special Tributes

Make a special place in Piedmont your own for generations to come! Create a family gathering spot, honor a loved one or friend, or celebrate a special event with a beautiful tribute tree or personalized teakwood bench placed in a Piedmont park, median or play area. A tribute bench or tree provides lasting recognition of the significant people or occasions in your life, while creating places of beauty and respite.

For more information, click below:

Commemorative Benches

  • Bench sizes: 6 feet ($2500) and 8 feet ($3000)
  • Backless Benches ($2000) only available at Hampton
  • Inscription: hand-carved, one line only, on the front side of the bench. Maximum of 70 characters, including spaces. If you choose a smaller font, may have 90 characters/spaces.
  • Please note that there are limited places for Commemorative Benches in the City of Piedmont at this time. Your request for a specific location will be taken into consideration, but the final decision rests with the Project Manager of the Department of Public Works for the City of Piedmont.
  • Every effort will be made by City Staff for the proper maintenance of benches, but they cannot be guaranteed in perpetuity. The life of a bench is about 20 years. When a bench can no longer be repaired, it will be retired, and possibly replaced with a new bench. Decisions in this regard will be made by the Project Manager. When a bench is retired, if possible, you or your family will be offered the opportunity to participate in the purchase of a replacement.

Commemorative Trees

Tree Size: 24″ Box ($550) or 36″ Box ($1300)

Your request for a specific tree, location, and inscription will be taken into consideration, but the final decision rests with the Project Manager of the Department of Public Works for the City of Piedmont.

The tree comes with a 2”x 4” botanical sign naming the one honored or memorialized.

You can indicate your preferred tree choice and location, as well as the preferred wording for the hanging tree sign, on the Commemorative Tree form.

To mail in your request and check, please download the appropriate form:
Commemorative Benches
Commemorative Trees

Memorial Projects and Special Projects
Special Projects may be initiated and named by major donors or by request. Discuss your ideas with the Piedmont Beautification President, Trustees and/or Advisors, or contact us at


Endowed funds have a common objective: to provide support not just for one year or even one generation, but in perpetuity. Endowed funds are invested over the long-term and earnings are used to support Piedmont Beautification Foundation work throughout the City.

The PBF Endowment Fund provides a continuing source of support for the organization’s civic projects and the community’s future needs. The Sport Fields Endowment Fund has been created to support the maintenance of Piedmont’s sports fields and recreational facilities.

We can handle that as well.

Donating Stocks or Securities

If you have questions, please contact the PBF Treasurer at

“Funding facilities and parks that serve our community not only beautifies our City, but also provides places for the next generation where memories and connections can be made.”
— Patty Siskind, PBF President