The beautification of the Town of Peace River continues.
The town continues to look for artwork ideas from residents in order to brighten up the Downtown Core.
“We’re putting it out there to the open community to submit their ideas,” said Communications Coordinator Adam Dietrich. “We’re also simultaneously looking for members of the community to join a committee in order to oversee the projects themselves.”
Dietrich says the process is still in the early stages.
“We have a beautification work plan,” he said. “It’s specifically geared towards making the downtown look pretty, and look attractive, and make it look like a nice downtown that people want to live in, and spend time in.”
Dietrich says that the beautification process first started in 2015 with some new trees being planted.
And then, in summer 2016, a mural was painted on the side of the old Sears building.
As for the artwork they want to see, Dietrich says there are very few limitations as to what the artwork can be.
– Posted by BET