Latest Projects

Traffic Box Wrap Project: Phase 2

As part of the second phase of the Traffic Box Art Wrap project, The City and County of Broomfield in partnership with the Arts, History and Cultural Council (AHCC) is excited to announce 17 new art designs selected to be installed as vinyl wrap traffic boxes throughout Broomfield. 

In March 2022, the City and County of Broomfield and the AHCC put out an art call for vinyl wrap traffic box designs. There were over 50 entries and in May, the AHCC selected 15 pieces as finalists and six pieces in two categories as semi finalists. In July, there was a public vote with over 2,000 votes on the semifinalist pieces with the top-voted piece in each category being selected as a finalist. Fabrication and installation of artwork on traffic boxes will take place in October of 2022. 

PhotoName of the pieceArtistTraffic Box Location
AlmostParadise Almost Paradise Talia Johns Sheridan Boulevard and 1st Avenue
Dogpool Dog Pool Jennifer Vazquez Lowell & Misty St.
DragonsInTheRockies Dragons in the Rockies Elia Junyent
Lowell Boulevard and Preble Creek Parkway
FruitFriends Fruit Friends
Cassiopeia Lee
Aspen Street and 136th Avenue




GeoWheels Geo Wheels
Talia Johns
Sheridan Parkway and Lowell Boulevard
Honeybee1 Honeybee #1
Katerina Vuletich
Sheridan Boulevard and 136th Avenue
JourneyOfTime Journey in Time
Ryan Reynolds
Sheridan Boulevard & 10th Avenue
LifeSoundtrack Life Soundtrack
Jennifer Vazquez
Sheridan Parkway and Preble Creek Parkway
NightAndDay Night and Day
Stacey Reynolds
Lowell & Trails
OdeToSummerEvenings Ode to Summer Evenings
Dejah Lee
Lowell Boulevard and W. 124th Ave.
OnTheLine On the Lines
Reece Paranto
Westlake Drive and Lowell Boulevard
RainforestRibbits Rainforest Ribbits
Alexis Galyon

Sheridan Boulevard & Aspen Creek Drive 
SeasonsChange Seasons Change
Stacey Reynolds

Sheridan Parkway and Alcott 
ShardsOfBroomfield Shards of Broomfield
Sarah LeMasters

Lowell Boulevard and 144th Avenue 

SheepLyingInLilies
Sheep Lying in the Lilies
Ava Crumplar

Aspen at 142nd 
Summer
Summer 
Talia Johns
Zuni Street and 128th Avenue
SwimmingFish Swimming Fish
Camie Rigirozzi
Sheridan Parkway and 160th Avenue


Little Art Houses Installed on the ARTery

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Five Little Houses were installed on the ARTery in early June. Four of the houses were installed along the first phase of the ARTery trail and one at the Broomfield Depot Museum. The goal for the Little House project is to create ‘Little Houses’, each with a different theme and aesthetic, to create unexpected moments of joy, wonder and curiosity. These boxes will feature rotating art and history exhibits, artifacts from Sister City Ueda, Japan and Twin City, Broomfield, UK, and the last is acting as a Little Free Library by the Depot Museum. Little Houses are built on inspiration from the national Little Free Libraries program. 

History Little House: Highland Park South by Loch Ness Ave.
Twin City: Broomfield, United Kingdom: Between Wolff St. and W 127th Ave. 
Sister City: Ueda, Japan: 125th Avenue between Xavier St. and Wolff St.
Broomfield Little Art House: Willow Park near Vrain Street
Broomfield Depot Little House: Broomfield Depot Museum, 2201 W 10th Ave.

ARTery Sidewalk Mural

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Thank you to the artists, the Arts, History and Cultural Council, all of the wonderful volunteers who helped paint stencils, and everybody that participated in the ARTery sidewalk mural. Special thank you to the Broomfield Parks team and Broomfield Streets team for helping to make the project happen. 

This Art, History, and Culture Council Committee selected finalists for the ARTery sidewalk mural project. The artists selected for this project are Katerina Vuletich and Paige Brown, Ratha Sok and Jennifer Vasquez and Jennifer Chaparro and Camie Rigirozzi. This project was built in coordination with Parks, Recreation and Senior Services and Open Space and Trails, as well as artist selection through the Arts, History and Cultural Council. For the call, artists self-identified as either professional or emerging to be paired for mentorships, and all three semi-finalist pairs were selected as finalists. All three pairs participated in community engagement that ultimately informed their designs. 

PhotoName of the ArtArtistLocation
P1277275 - low"Wild Water Neighbors"Jennifer Chaparro and Camie RigirozziSidewalk behind the Broomfield Community Center, north of Brunner Reservoir 
P1299153"Pollinator Path and Bee-longing Phrases"Katarina Vuletich and Page BrownSidewalk stretch between W 125th Avenue and Wolff Street, southeast of Xavier Street
P1311228-0"Emergence"Ratha Sok and Jennifer VazquezWillow Park, Sidewalk southwest of 12751 Vrain Street, Broomfield, CO 80020