Price city officials presented four residents of the city with signs commending their homes. Judging took place the week of Aug. 14. Judging criteria included the following areas: neatness, clean and orderly, most beautiful, display of water conservation, uniqueness, well-trimmed curb and gutter and cleanliness of park strip.
Donald and Pam Durrant's home on 800 South features a front lawn bordered with bird houses, bird baths, flower gardens and shrubs.
John and Dixie Gomez own a home on Fausett Lane in Price. Their parcel of land stretches across the road, including not only a front and back yard, but also a large area across the street from their house which includes a duck pond, trees and the rustic look of an old farm.
Howard Pitts' home on 100 West features small patches of low-maintenance water-conserving plants and large areas of gravel.
Hal and Sandy Stevens' family resides in a home on Apple Circle in Price. Sandy said that Hal's green thumb should be credited with the variety of colors of flowers and the terrascaping in their yard.