Our Art in Public Places program applies to residential development projects involving five or more dwelling units and costing more than $1 million, or commercial, office or other developments costing more than $1 million.. For those projects, a fee is paid to the City or applied to art work in an amount equal to 1% of the project cost. Each application for the installation of an artwork is reviewed initially by the Art in Public Places Committee who makes a recommendation to the City Council. The Committee acts as an advisory body to the City Council.
Art in Public Places Committee Members
- Mayor Tom Adams, City Council
- Bill Beebe, Planning Commission
- Tom Dittmar, Community Services Commission
- Marianne Lee, Historic Preservation Commission
- Vicki Novell, Resident-at-large
Supporting Documents & Links
Calls for Artists
We need artists! Once the Committee approves a public art project, we then go through the process of selecting an artist. Be sure to check here if you are interested in having your work considered for Art in Public Places programs.