City of Elk Grove puts call out to artist - submit a proposal to create utility box art

As part of the ongoing program, the City of Elk Grove is seeking proposals for art on utility boxes.

The city, in conjunction with the Elk Grove Arts Commission, is seeking responsive proposals to complete a public art project called the Utility Box Beautification Program (Program). The program will allow contracted artists to design vector format print-ready files to be wrapped around city-owned utility boxes measured at 48"w x 36" h x 36"d. 

Artists of all types are invited to submit proposals outlining original work and ideas. The City is interested in reviewing proposals that enhance the City during daylight and/or evening hours. 

The City desires proposals that are relevant, colorful, expressionistic, historical, creative and/or energetic and there is no preselected theme. There are two utility boxes under consideration. 


Elk Grove Boulevard at Franklin Boulevard  (northwest corner) and Bruceville Boulevard (Southwest corner at Whitelock Pkwy). See photos above. 

The Elk Grove Arts Commission will select which art will be placed at selected locations. Proposals are due December 17 and more information can be viewed here

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