The Utility Box Art program began in 2020 to brighten and enhance our community by showcasing more visual art in public spaces. Since its inception, a total of 20 utility boxes have been wrapped with photographs taken by local artists representing scenes inspired by the culture, historic heritage, and aesthetic beauty of Chino Hills.
Members appointed to the City of Chino Hills Public Art Committee, made up of two Council Members, two Parks & Recreation Commissioners, and one Chino Hills Community Foundation member, oversee the program and art selection. In partnership with the Chino Hills Community Foundation, the City has set a goal to wrap 10 boxes each year until all 54 city-owned utility boxes are completed.
Local artists, photographers, and everyday residents are encouraged to submit photos representing what they think captures the essence of this beautiful City!
The City of Chino Hills shall have all rights to use the image(s) submitted, and may use the likeness and/or photograph, as applicable, in any form or medium as it may select. Photos submitted may be used on marketing materials and projects such as our Recreation Guide & City News, Utility Box Art Project, City facilities, etc.