CBD Painting and Signage Project

Published on 14 October 2019

Shopfronts in the Deniliquin Central Business District will be getting a new look as part of the CBD Painting and Signage Project co-funded through the Drought Communities Programme.

Applications were received for the project from building and business owners in Napier Street and Cressy Street during August and September of this year.

Edward River Council Mayor Norm Brennan said that the project will enable the building owners and businesses in the Deniliquin CBD to beautify their shopfronts.

“The Painting and Signage Project was made available to shopfronts along Napier Street and Cressy Street and is focused on cosmetic upgrades to enhance the appearance of shopfronts and signage, which will create a more welcoming and visually appealing CBD,” Cr. Brennan said.

“Council believes that a bright and welcoming CBD will encourage patronage, boost community pride and help increase economic support for local businesses during tougher periods.”

Local painting and signage contractors have been prioritised to complete the works for the project. Works are to commence on 14 October and will continue through to December with disruptions to businesses and patrons to be kept to a minimum.

Please contact Council on (03) 5898 3000 or council@edwardriver.nsw.gov.au to reserve a seat on a bus.