‘Paint Parker’ Progam Aims to Cover Graffiti

‘Paint Parker’ Progam Aims to Cover Graffiti

An anti-graffiti initiative is underway in the Town of Parker, according to the Parker Chronicle.

 

The program called “Paint Parker” aims to cover graffiti with beautiful murals and it’s part of a joint collaboration between the Parker Police Department, the PACE Center, Parker Parks & Recreation Department and local artists. In addition, the program aims to deter more graffiti by creating art that taggers would not want to disgrace.

 

“By all accounts, the campaign has been worthwhile. Denver artist Chad Bolsinger designed and painted a colorful scene along the Sulphur Gulch Trail between Home Depot and Goodwill,” the newspaper wrote. “It’s a vast improvement upon what was there, and makes good use of what would normally be a drab gray slab of concrete.”

 

Read more here.

 

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This local update courtesy of your Parker Community Expert.

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