The TDIA’s top priority is to beautify our downtown, through projects that leave a lasting legacy and have low long term maintenance costs. A beautiful downtown will pull locals into town, and get visitors out of there cars.
TDIA has partnered with the Skeena Salmon Art Fest Society and local business and property owners to beautify our downtown with professionally painted murals. If you own a blank wall downtown and want to participate, send us an email!
TDIA has partnered with the Greater Terrace Beautification Society and the City of Terrace to bring back hanging baskets downtown in 2020.
Another partnership with the Skeena Salmon Art Fest Society. 2020 is the second year of this program, celebrating local artists and beautifying our downtown.
The TDIA is working with community organizations to launch a sculpture program for our downtown. In 2019 JJ’s Woodart carved a downtown maple tree into The Logger. This was so well received that we plan to continue adding sculptures to our downtown for years to come!