BC Hydro offers partial funding of wraps for electrical kiosks
A BC Hydro transformer box near the Gulf of Georgia Cannery in Steveston is now public art, a steel box that now looks like the world's largest tin of canned salmon.
About 120 km east, a BC Hydro box near a Chilliwack 7-Eleven that was a favourite target for graffiti taggers is now covered in a spectacular close-up image of tree branches.
These boxes are examples of how local imagination and BC Hydro's decorative wrap program can work together to revitalize boxes and introduce a new dynamic to public spaces around B.C. While businesses, stratas and other community organizations groups need to pay for the wraps, local governments can get up to one-third funding of wraps through BC Hydro's Beautification Fund.
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