Yarmouth Public Art-Works

The Town of Yarmouth is committed to incorporating and making Public Art accessible to all of the community, engaging the community while enriching public places and promoting civic and historical identity through visual enhancements.
Please click on the links below to view projects
 

Town Beautification & Promotion Program


TheBoard of Selectmen place economic growth and redevelopment as a top priority. As part of that goal, the Town Beautification and Promotion Revolving account was created, supported by the Board of Selectmen and established by Town Meeting vote on April 1, 2013. The purpose of the account is to use funds generated by promotional programs towards beatification projects on town property which demonstrate the values and goals of the community

This policy details step by step procedures how those funds, approved annually through town meeting vote, may be expended towards proposed beautification projects proposed by either public or private entities, organizations or individuals.


http://www.yarmouth.ma.us/DocumentCenter/View/4250


Traffic Signal Box Art Program


Its a Wrap!
The Revenue Team's Traffic Signal Box Art Program literally provides a blank canvas in which the Town is able to support local artists, promotes the Town as a brand and visually enhances multiple areas within the Town.

This project assists the Board of Selectmen and the Revenue Team's economic redevelopment goals while supporting local artists and ehnaces the vitality and attractivemess of the streetscape.

Below is a map of the locations of each traffic signal box, and click the link below to take a very brief survey to assist the Town with evaluating the value of this program.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HN75QB7

Traffic Signal Box Art Program Map


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To view an enlarged map, click here
http://www.yarmouth.ma.us/DocumentCenter/View/4282

Town Hall Gallery

Please stop by Town Hall, the Administration Wing on the main floor, to view various works of visual art by local artists and our Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School Disctrict students!