Lowe’s has awarded a $5,000 grant to support Keep Haltom City Beautiful’s mission to engage individuals in building and sustaining vibrant communities.
The Lowe’s Community Partners grant will provide funding for “City Hall for Example,” an effort to not only improve the landscape but to serve as a demonstration of what can be done using Texas native plants that require very little water.
“We’re so pleased that we were selected for this grant,” Carol Williams, board chairman, said. “This gives us the opportunity to show our citizens that low water landscapes can be beautiful.”
Haltom City is updating the artwork on traffic signal boxes located along city right of ways. To determine the artwork, Haltom City's Art in the City Committee coordinated a contest. The committee sought entries in photography, digital art and paintings/drawings. Judges made their selections, and the new art will be installed in the coming weeks.