32nd Street Revitalization Project

Looking for Feedback

Bobby Zokaites is the artist selected by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture for the public art component in our Sheaborhood.

A design has not been decided, and the artist is still looking for input!

Since our neighborhood is at the entrance of the N32 corridor, the artist is taking the opportunity to be at the community party to do a meet and greet with the neighbors and is looking for input and ideas. 

What would we like to see as an art piece that represents our community? 

Our last art project received very little participation from the community and what was installed was a disappointment for many.  

Future plans for 32nd and Shea area

Please join us for a virtual meeting
Thursday, October 20 @ 6pm

Check out the updated plans for medians, turn lanes and beautifying 32nd St from Cheryl to Cholla.

We’ll also introduce you to Bobby Zokaites, the artist selected by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture for the public art component. 

To learn more about the project, please visit phoenix.gov/streets/North32ndStreetSee you October 20!

You can also view the previous meeting below: 

N32 Art is Coming – Bring Your Ideas!

The City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and Street Transportation Department are planning an interactive meet the artist event for the public art component of the 32nd Street from Cheryl Drive to Cholla corridor improvement project. 

Tuesday, September 27 | 5-6:30pm
Shadow Mountain High School

This project was inspired by the community wanting to see changes and safety improvements along North 32nd Street.

Community input has shaped this project from the very beginning, and we hope to continue the public engagement!

Please feel free to share this invitation with your friends and neighbors so there is an inspirational sharing of ideas on the 27th!

The Street Transportation Department will be holding a third virtual meeting about the design effort on October 20th. Use the link below to register on the project website, and you can begin sharing that as well.

We need your help ensuring a good turnout for the design update!