San Jacinto school student art to be pictured on covered utility box at high school

The San Jacinto City Council, proud of the positive results of its Arts in Public Places Pilot Program that included a utility box wrap and water-free median art on Ramona Expressway approved a new utility box wrap at the corner of Ramona Boulevard and Tiger Lane at its May 18 city council meeting.The newest utility box wrap will be four sided containing a San Jacinto High School logo, two award-winning artworks from district students and the city’s logo. The utility box is at the high school while the first utility box is located at the Five Points intersection of the city. The Ramona Expressway median strip includes stone work and tin cactus plants and kiosks at the expressway entrance to the city.Travis Randel, community development director, gave the council the presentation
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