Traffic Box Art Wrap Pilot Program
In 2021, the City implemented a Traffic Box Art Wrap pilot program with the goal of enhancing community character and celebrating Centennial’s identity. The City’s 20-Year Anniversary in 2021 presented a unique opportunity to tie public art to our history. Under this pilot program, vinyl murals were designed, printed, and installed on 20 of the 85 Centennial-owned traffic control boxes distributed across the City.
The traffic box art is meant to contribute to the vitality and attractiveness of our community, deter graffiti, add to the vibrancy of our cityscape and create a sense of place and identity.
The City contracted with a professional artist for this initial pilot year and commissioned designs intended to reflect Centennial’s Mission, Vision, Values, and Strategic Plan.
Vision: The City of Centennial is a connected community where neighborhoods matter, education is embraced, businesses are valued, and innovation absolute.
Mission: Driven to provide exceptional service to the Centennial community.
Core Values: Collaborative, Intentional, Service Oriented, & Innovative
View the five approved designs.(PDF, 30MB)
Designs have been intentionally distributed geographically across the entire City to be equally enjoyed by all residents. For this initial year, reports of graffiti removal from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office helped influence location selection.
View one of the first twenty wrapped traffic boxes at the following intersections:
- Arapahoe and Race
- Arapahoe and Colorado
- Arapahoe and Holly
- Arapahoe and Quebec
- Dry Creek and Monaco
- Dry Creek and Eudora
- Dry Creek and University Towne Center
- Dry Creek and Arapahoe High School
- Dry Creek and Franklin
- Otero and Holly
- Yosemite and County Line Shops
- Havana and Peakview
- Briarwood and Potomac
- Jordan and Fremont
- Orchard and Ida
- Smoky Hill and Tower
- Himalaya and Reservoir
- Himalaya and Crestline
- Smoky Hill and Liverpool
- Arapahoe and Himalaya Way