Fall is the time that the GPSIF Tree Committee assesses the need for new trees in the Grosse Pointe Shores neighborhoods.
The Grosse Pointe Shores Improvement Foundation (GPSIF), is an all volunteer non-profit organization. GPSIF was established in 1984 by a group of Grosse Pointe Shores residents to initiate and fund community enhancements.
Some of your friends and neighbors may be trustees of the GPSIF. Talk to them about the reasons to join. Click here to view the list of trustees.
The Foundation is best known for the landscaping beautification and overall improvement of picturesque Lake Shore Road. In that important effort, the Foundation: planted hundreds of trees; replaced sod in the traffic islands and lake side areas; created landscape gardens, installed a sprinkler system and replaced old street signs with lighted signs.
In addition to the work on Lake Shore Road, the Foundation also helped with improvements and amenities for residents’ and guests’ enjoyment of the beautiful Grosse Pointe Shores Park such as the new playscape and park lighting.
The Foundation’s projects are wide ranging - from the practical to the aesthetic. The funds for these projects come directly from your contributions. Please become a member of GPSIF today and participate in the enhancement of our community.
Plans are in the works for a GPSIF 30th anniversary celebration at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House on Saturday, September 27th.
The 2014 GPSIF Holiday Home Tour will feature three events over a two day period.
Due to to popularity of GPSIF holiday trees and decor, the GPSIF events committee will sell decorated trees at three locations this year.
Residents, Trustees and many Council members celebrated the dedication of the Splash Pad yesterday.
On Sunday, May 5th 2014, Grosse Pointe Shores celebrated Arbor Day with a city-sponsored Fun Run. GPSIF trustees were on hand to pass out bottled
On March 24th 2014, GPSIF trustees held their annual meeting. Two new trustees, Lois Baker and Beth Widgren were elected to the Board of Trustees.
Two rows of 12 x 12 inch bricks are planned for the perimeter of the splash pad.
Colors have been chosen for the splash pad and all of the features have arrived. Now the weather needs to cooperate.
With the cold weather upon us, who can help but wish for hot summer days when you and your family will be able to use the new splash pad. In antic