Art in Public Places

The CRA has provided grant funding to muralists to beautify and revitalize the Redevelopment Area, develop a sense of place, deter graffiti, and provide opportunities for artistic expression. Public art is a catalyst for economic development, showing that a community is thriving economically and encouraging other investment. Mural programs increase leasing, visibility, foot traffic, and publicity. Please send Terra images of each of these murals.


Colorful Mural on Building

1100 NE 163rd Street Mural

Approved $25,000 matching grant for $90,000 mural/artwork and exterior improvements on exterior building at 1100 NE 163rd Street. This grant is part of the roughly $90,000 in exterior improvements being made to the building and parking lot by the owner.

Library Mural

Library Mural, “Forest of Our Dreams”

 Authorized $6,550 “Forest of Our Dream” mural at the municipal library, as part of the Public Art Program.


Wings Mural

Library Mural, "Wings"

Authorized the $2,200 “Wings” mural at the municipal library, as part of the Public Art Program.

Bike Shop Mural

Bike Shop Mural

Completed installation of $6,500 bicycle mural at the Bike Shop, as part of the Public Art Program.