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HUD Publishes Fact Sheet on Public Art and Noise Mitigation

December 07, 2018 Print ShareThis

This fact sheet provides guidance on integrating public art into noise mitigation projects to transform noise mitigation into an amenity that is visually interesting and culturally relevant to residential communities.

The document outlines:

  • Types of public art that can be developed
  • Benefits of using public art as a mitigation strategy
  • Possible funding sources for public art projects

View the Public Art and Noise Mitigation Fact Sheet.

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