|One of the many downtown light posts to|
have sparkle lights attached to the lighting fixtures
A new initiative from the City of Prince Rupert has seen an illumination project get underway with the City attaching strings of lights to many of the decorative Downtown and Cow Bay Area light stands, part of a program of highlighting the city's two main commercial areas.
The program is described as one which had its genesis as part of the Prince Rupert 2030 Vision planning that the City Council embarked on in recent years.
The work which got underway earlier this month was introduced by the city through their Social Media platform, providing some background to the project.
The scope of the area which has been given the sparkle treatment starts at the Save On Location in the west and travels east towards the McBride Street lights.
The sparkle trail picks up again in CowBay at Dolly's Fish Market and transits into the Atlin Terminal region.
|The Decorative Street light project ends its Third Avenue run |
at McBride, the western end can be found at Save on Foods