Signal Art Program

The NRH Signal Art Program was implemented in 2007 to enhance the City’s Art in Public Spaces Program. The program works with professional artists to design original artwork for traffic signal boxes located throughout the City. The Signal Art Program serves as an outdoor "gallery" with rotating exhibits that change approximately every three years. The North Richland Hills Signal Art Program has attracted national attention and is funded solely through donations

Residents and commuters may have noticed recently that some of the “Hollywood Film Cowboys," who have been guarding prominent NRH intersections since 2013, have started riding off into the sunset! In October 2016, "Music Legends" started taking their places. In this newest exhibition, great performers from all genres of music are represented. Whether your favorite music is Classic Rock, Country, Pop, Soul, Jazz  or Classical, you'll find someone who represents the music you love and listen to. Look below for the map, which will be updated regularly as  new "Music Legends" are installed.

Map of all of the Signal Art Boxes

NBC5 Report:
NRH Art Program Illuminates Intersections