The City of North Battleford with the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) group are working to enable neighbourhoods to come together and build communities that matter to them.
Meighen Crescent held a block party and created the first street mural of the year this past weekend. The mural was possible by the planning of the neighbourhood, coordinating the block party and the mural painting. Community-driven events like these help to create civic pride, keep our streets safe and vibrant.
The City of North Battleford would like to thank Doug’s Paint Shoppe for proudly supporting the mural painted by the neighbourhood on Meighen Crescent.
Hosting a block party for your neighbourhood enters you to win either a five-burner BBQ or a custom designed fire-pit by Metalman. You can pick up an application to host a block party from City Hall or call 306-445-1700 for more information.
Painting a street mural can be done in conjunction with a street party, or it can be its own event. Call City Hall and send us your design for the street mural. The City will coordinate the supply of paint and brushes. Then on the set date, the neighbourhood comes out and creates the mural.
If you are looking for more information on how to organize and host a neighbourhood block party, please read this guide: https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/North_Battleford_Block_Party_Guide_Version_3.pdf
For more information:
Ana Conly, Planner I
306-445-1798 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Mackrell, City Planner
306-445-1705 | email@example.com