On May 20, 2014, City Council approved changes to the Public Art Policy which will help the Public Art Program to increase public participation, continue to foster local artist involvement, encourage functional art and adjust the funding model.
Read more: New Public Art Policy increases public participation and adjusts funding model
The Public Art Master Plan guides the city's approach to public art for the next decade.
The Public Art Board provides expert community input on public art for The City.
The Public Art Program's vision, mission, and guiding principles, as well as the funding strategy that supports the Public Art Policy.
Links to the Council-approved Public Art Policy, annual review documents and more.