Water Conservation Design-a-Sign Contest

Annie Kung 1st Grade Winning ArtThe City of Chino Hills holds an annual Water Conservation Design-a-Sign Contest for students in grades Kindergarten-12th who live or attend school in Chino Hills. Winning posters are made into street signs and displayed at the winners' schools, before they are permanently installed in the City. Winners from each grade will receive terrific prizes.

2019 Design-a-Sign Contest Application and Rules (PDF)

2020 Information will be posted in early January 2020.

Poster Information: (Complete Rules on Application)

  • Poster size must be 12 inches wide by 18 inches high white thin poster paper. (entries not on white poster board or paper will be disqualified).
  • Artwork must be 10 inches wide by 16 inches high.
  • Posters must have a one-inch white or blank border on all four sides.
  • Only posters drawn vertically will be accepted. Incorrectly-sized posters will not be eligible. (horizontal posters cannot be made into a street sign).
  • Must use student artists hand-applied mediums in bold, brilliant colors (pens, crayons, paint, pencils, etc.).
  • Poster must depict water conservation or wise uses of water.
  • The theme, "do your part, be water smart!" must be written on each entry. Judges will be looking for the posters in each category that best express the theme.
  • Artwork must be original work by student. No computer generated, trademarked, or copyrighted material will be eligible.
    Each poster must include a completed entry form (attached to the center back of poster).
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