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Rockville Seeks Feedback on Beall Avenue Mural Art Project

Map outlining the potential street art areas in Rockville Town Square for the Bloomberg Asphalt Art Initiative

The city wants your input on how best to integrate artistic elements into a broader roadway improvement project for Beall Avenue to improve traffic and pedestrian safety in the area.

Public input is being sought through an online survey at surveymonkey.com/r/BeallAvenueAsphaltArt.

The City of Rockville, in partnership with VisArts, was among 25 cities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico chosen from an extensive pool of 200 applicants that have been awarded Asphalt Art Initiative grants through Bloomberg Philanthropies. A $25,000 grant from the Bloomberg Asphalt Art Initiative will be used for the project in addition to Rockville’s Art in Public Places funding.

The grant will be used to enhance Beall Avenue between Maryland Avenue and North Washington Street in Rockville Town Center. The project aims to improve safety and make the street more attractive for residents, visitors and businesses through a mural created directly in the street.

For more info, visit bit.ly/RkvAsphaltArt.

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