(Dublin, OH) The City of Dublin snow removal team will be plowing in style this year thanks to an artistic partnership with Dublin City Schools.
Seven Dublin schools took part in the City’s Paint the Plow program, which started last year. Coffman High School and Davis Middle School helped launch the program in 2014 and participated again this year. Grizzell Middle School, Karrer Middle School, Olde Sawmill Elementary, Scottish Corners Elementary and Wyandot Elementary participated for the first time this year.
Students started working on the plows in September during designated art class times and are finishing up now, ahead of the first snowfall. The painted plows will be used for snow removal this winter.
“This is a great way for students of all ages to make their mark on the City and see their artwork on display during the winter months,” said Rob James, Director of Street and Utilities Operations. “It also brings some positive attention to the hard work of our Streets & Utilities team, which delivers snow removal service that is second to none.”