The Public Art Program aims to repurpose and beautify Valley Water’s infrastructure and to help deter trash, debris, and graffiti near creeks. Valley Water works in collaboration with the community and local artists to revitalize Valley Water’s infrastructure through expressive artwork. The program is part of the Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Program, which provides up to $1.5 million over 15 years to install and maintain public art projects, such as murals on Valley Water property.
The Youth Commission's Public Art working group supports the Public Art Program via their creative input and involvement in project implementation and outreach. To learn more, visit the Public Art Program.