Florin Road Community Beautification Project

"Art is Business" https://cleancalifornia.dot.ca.gov/local-grants/local-grant-program.

The Florin Road Community Beautification Project is a public outreach campaign, youth engagement, and beautification effort to improve the area from Tamoshanter Way through Franklin Boulevard on Florin Road. The project will coordinate with Sojourner Truth African Heritage Museum, Luther Burbank High School, Florin Road Partnership, local non-profits, and businesses to address litter and illegal dumping hot spots. This project will create public spaces for showcasing the culture and diversity of the Meadowview community. The project will include art installations on Florin Road, such as banners, murals, interactive structures, landscaping, museum signage, and public seating. High school interns conduct litter source assessments, adopt litter hot spots for clean-up, and design and promote litter abatement solutions. There will be opportunities for the community to be a part of the beautification efforts through community art projects, youth programming, and outreach events.


The Office of Arts and Culture (OAC) was established in 1977 by a City and County Ordinance. OAC is a public agency devoted to supporting, promoting, and advancing the arts in the region. Funded by the Sacramento City and County, OAC provides funding to local artists and arts groups; promotes the skills through marketing, outreach, and education initiatives; provides resources to support and increase regional arts education activities; and serves as a community partner and resource.

Clean California Local Grant Program
Awardee Announcement

Congratulations to the Clean California Grant Program award recipients! Today the Governor's Office announced the award of 105 local projects approved for nearly $300 million in Clean California grants for communities throughout the state. Caltrans received more than 300 applications for local grant projects. Proposals included many community enhancements, such as litter abatement, landscaping and art installations, greening, and community identification projects. Check out the list of awarded projects here!

Awards were given to 105 projects, or approximately 30% of the received applications, totaling $295,993,146 in requested grant funds. The CCLGP team received 329 applications by the application deadline of February 1, 2022, that sought $758,485,147 in grant funds. Check out the "Program Results" section on the CCLGP website for more information.

The CCLGP team appreciates all the interest and participation in this program from agencies throughout California!


Call for ProjectsDecember 1, 2021
Project Application DeadlineFebruary 1, 2022, by 5:00 PM
Project Award NotificationMarch 1, 2022
Restricted Grant Agreement ExecutionSpring, 2022
Project Completion DateJune 30, 2024