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Policy & Plans

Public Art Plans

Public Art Plans have been created through consultation with planners, art and design experts, and members of the community. Their purpose is to assist City staff, private developers and communities to identify potential collaborations to larger projects within an area of Richmond or projects that span property and neighbourhood boundaries.

Minoru Civic Precinct Public Art Plan
The Minoru Civic Precinct Public Art Plan was officially endorsed by Council on October 14, 2014. The public art opportunities identified in the public art plan aim to provide opportunities to experience artistic expression in the most public locations and to reflect and enhance the unique services and programs offered in the facilities, including Minoru Complex and the larger Civic Precinct.
PDF Document Minoru Civic Precinct Public Art Plan

Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Plan
The Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Plan builds on the history and ecology of the Alexandra Neighbourhood of West Cambie to provide a thematic framework for the creation of public art to enrich this emerging community. Opportunities are identified for public art to play a role in achieving a connected community. Adopted by Council November 12, 2013.
PDF Document Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Plan

City Centre Public Art Plan
This document was several years in the making and is an important part of the re-energizing of the City’s core. Adopted October 11, 2011.
PDF Document City Centre Public Art Plan

Richmond Olympic Oval Public Art Plan
The Richmond Oval Precinct and Surrounding Area Public Art Plan has produced an exciting series of integrated artworks, sculpture and functional artist-designed public features within the Oval and on the surrounding grounds. Adopted April 2006.
PDF Document Richmond Olympic Oval Public Art Plan