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Graphic Wrap Program

The objective of the Traffic Cabinet Wrap project is to deter graffiti vandalism by reducing the availability of blank space for tagging, while beautifying the community with public art created by its residents.

This project aligns with the Municipal Development Plan by supporting local arts and cultural programs and encouraging public art initiatives.

Congratulations to the successful artists:

Amy Lays
Ashley Brockway
Brian Lepine
Dawn Booth
Dia Brodner
Erin Stinson
Graham Whatmough
Jamie Carter
Jeff Reich
Jordyn O'Keefe
Karen Whalen
Kendra Noseworthy
Kimberley Lemkey
Margie MacDonald
Melissa Richard
Robert Coppard
Ryan Crackston
Steeve Reeve
Amanda Downey
Ederlyn Maguigan
Elena Gould
Erin Stinson
Hélène Giguère
Kenneth Gaudier
Kritsana Naowakhun
Liana Wheeldon
Matt Salem
Micheline Landry
Phil Klug
Vaibhav Pandey

🔗 You can view all the photos and artists' names in our Facebook Gallery 

You can find the 2019 wraps at the following locations: 

Hospital Street and Manning Avenue
Signal Road and Sirus Avenue
Eagle Ridge Gate and Loutit Road
Hospital Street and Fitzgerald Avenue
Franklin Avenue and McLeoad Street
Abraham Place and Abraham Drive
Saprae Creek Trail and Road B "Snow Eagle" 
Saprae Creek Trail and Saline Creek Pkwy 
Clear water Drive and Hardin Street
Saprae Creek Trial and Road A 
Signal Road and Eymundson Road
Clear water Drive and Father Mercredi Street 
Abraham Drive
Powder Drive
Millennium Gate and Powder Drive
Tower Road and Confederation Way
Eagle Ridge Blvd

Downtown Historical Wraps

In the summer of 2017, we began installing graphic wraps on select traffic cabinets along Franklin Avenue. In total, 13 intersections will have a wrapped traffic cabinet showcasing a historical photo.

We worked closely with the Fort McMurray Heritage Society to select historical images from its archives.

For more information on the Fort McMurray Heritage Society, visit fortmcmurrayheritage.com.

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