Summit Public Art will be lighting up City Hall and other sites around town tonight!
Head downtown TONIGHT! after dark for a peak at Summit Public Art’s latest installation: “City Lights”. Designed by Summit’s own Steve Szynal of S+S Lighting Design (using high-efficiency, low-wattage, time-controlled fixtures), “City Lights” will be lighting up the night at three locations downtown:
- City Hall (at Morris Ave.);
- the roundabout at Union Place (across from the train station);
- and the Horse Trough (at Summit Ave. next to the Summit Diner). Don’t miss it!
Visit on April 22 –
On Arbor Day, we are also pleased to be partnering with the Summit Environmental Commission this year to celebrate our City of Trees. “As a Tree City USA for over 25 years,” says SEC Chair Donna Goggin Patel, “Summit is a strong supporter of Arbor Day. The Environmental Commission, along with the Shade Tree Advisory Committee, strives to plant, preserve, and protect trees throughout the city. We are proud of partnerships with Union County and grants from NJ American Water Company and The Nature Conservancy which led to plantings in 2019-20 and will fund new trees in 2021.”
Head downtown after dark to see the special Arbor Day-green lights on April 22 at three different locations: City Hall (at Morris Ave.); the roundabout at Union Place (across from the train station); and the Horse Trough (at Summit Ave. next to the Summit Diner).
The Arbor Day display is part of the ongoing “City Lights” installation designed by Summit’s own Steven Szynal of S+S Lighting Design. Look for more special “City Lights” events this spring and summer!