And the winning design for the Sunnyside Trevista intersection mural is…Frankie the Falcon!

by Jessica Vargas on March 10, 2017

On May 13th, Trevista Elementary and Sunnyside community members, in collaboration with WalkDenver and Denver Environmental Health, will be painting a street mural at the intersection of W. 41st Ave & Navajo St. The purpose of this mural is to promote neighborhood identity and a sense of place, as well as to provide a visual cue to drivers that children may be crossing the street on their way to or from school. The community has selected a design with “Frankie the Falcon,” Trevista’s school mascot, to paint in the intersection.

Mockup1_FrankieTheFalcon_Sunnyside

Volunteers are still needed for the installation so if you’d like to join us, you can sign up HERE. During the mural painting, the crowd size will be up to 25 people at any given time. There will be no amplified sound or alcohol served. Food will be served to the volunteer group in the morning and the afternoon. Bathrooms and facilities will be provided by Trevista Elementary. Parking will be available in the Trevista school lot.

The day-of contacts are:

  • Kirsten Schatz (609-462-8456)
  • Jill Locantore (303-895-6376)

Street Closure Information

The intersection of 41st and Tejon will be closed starting at 6AM and as late as 8PM on Saturday, May 13th. Local street access will be still available.

The Cianco Park parking lot will have local access only through the alleyway between 41st and 42nd east of Navajo Street. (See map below.)

SunnysideMuralStreetClosureMap

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