First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
Econolite has worked with the Californian City of Long Beach’s AOC7 Neighborhood Association to help it continue with its aim of improving the overall quality of life within the community and enhance public safety.
As part of phase one of the Neighborhood Partners Program (NPP) grant received by AOC7, the association unveiled new artwork on 10th Street as part of a community beautification campaign, using traffic control cabinets as the medium.
Econolite was selected to provide traffic cabinet wraps using AOC7-chosen artwork. Working with its partner, Clean Slate Group, Econolite installed four custom traffic cabinet wraps. The little to no-maintenance anti-graffiti wraps are ideal for supporting beautification programs such as NPP. The wraps are chemical and UV-resistant and only require simple cleaners to remove spray paint, adhesives, and markers.
AOC7 is a neighbourhood organisation founded to improve the overall quality of life within their community. It stands for Anaheim, Orange, Cherry and 7th Street, three streets representing the borders of the community (2nd, 4th & 6th Council Districts).