Waterloo in Bloom

Waterloo In Bloom is a committee of volunteers working together to improve and beautify our community. Organized in the spring of 2002, the group was formed to prepare Waterloo to compete in America In Bloom, a national beautification program that fosters community involvement, patriotism and civic pride through the challenge of a friendly competition between participating communities across the country.

During the past twenty years the committee has grown to include more than thirty members.  Using funds donated by local sponsors, they plant over 50 containers with flowers to decorate the downtown area. Flower beds along Virginia Street, at the seven welcome signs, in the four village cemeteries, Vern’s Way and the Memory Bank are all planted and maintained by Waterloo In Bloom volunteers. With the support of the Village of Waterloo, 50 hanging baskets also help beautify the village.

The Waterloo In Bloom committee is always ready to welcome new members. If you would like to join Waterloo in Bloom and help to plant and maintain a container or an area around Waterloo, please contact the Waterloo In Bloom Chairperson:

Kate Velte-Schweitz
315-539-3622 | E-mail me
13 East Wright Ave.,
Waterloo, NY 13165

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Thank you to our
2023 Sponsors
Waterloo In
Bloom Members
  • Coe-Genung Funeral Home
  • Community Bank
  • Dr. Rodney Littlejohn
  • W. Gray Service
  • Finger Lakes Partners
  • Muranda LLC
  • Sessler Co.
  • Seneca Meadows
  • Town of Waterloo
  • Valley Pharmacy
  • Cathie Bertino
  • Cindy Brown
  • Ann Cassim
  • Ed Callahan
  • Laurel Callahan
  • Desiree Clary
  • Darlene Duprey
  • Cindy Erdmann
  • Kitty Finnerty
  • Joanna Gould
  • Bonnie Hosford
  • Bruce Ike
  • Kathy Marr
  • Billie Nicastro
  • Rose Mary McCullough
  • Joan Mooney
  • Lynn Patti
  • Kathy Peters
  • Linda Quackenbush
  • Jim Randall
  • Phyllis Randall
  • Kate Schweitz
  • Jane Spiwak
  • Lisa Sessler
  • Rusty Swanson
  • Linda Milliman
  • Al Woodward
  • Trudy Woodward
  • Pat Wurstner
  • Gary Wurstner
  • Village of Waterloo
  • Waterloo Rotary
  • Presbyterian Church
  • Boy Scouts
  • Cassim Farms