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Utility Box Beautification Program

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The Utility Box Beautification Project, is a public art program designed to transform common traffic control utility boxes into distinctive works of art, creating a more vibrant, attractive cityscape. This program is under the direction of City Council and is supervised and facilitated by the Cultural Arts Commission and City Staff. The program celebrates local artists and their artwork, acts as a deterrent to graffiti, and involves the City and County residents in contributing to the beautification of the city.

If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact Cultural Arts Supervisor, Eilen R. Stewart via email.

Artwork by Kathleen KeiferManhattan Beach Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue
Artwork by Alina SkolarusManhattan Beach Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard
Artwork by Sandra MeyerHighland Avenue and 15th Street
Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Highland Avenue by Amelia AmellManhattan Beach Boulevard and Highland Avenue
Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Peck Avenue by Greg GouldManhattan Beach Boulevard and Peck Avenue
CLOSED - Call to Artists RFP

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