Utility Box by Barbara Waterman-Peters

Utility Box Project

by Barbara Waterman-Peters | Art Health Walk

Utility Box Project

Created in 2020

Location: Corner of NE Kansas Ave and Gordon

Welcome to the  NOTO Utility Box project! This project was initiated in 2020 during COVID, giving artists the opportunity to be creative while beautify the district, as well as continuing to build the NOTO community during a time in our lives when it felt so bleak. A total of eight utility boxes were painted inside the NOTO area. 

This utility box was painted by Barbara Waterman-Peters, at this box you can see Otto our official NOTO mascot, who was introduced to the NOTO district by Barbara Waterman-Peters herself in 2015. Barbara’s vision for Otto has come full circle and you can see him pop up throught the district in multiple locations! 



Health Access Tip:

Taking the Utility Box Walk Starting Here

There are a total of 7 utility boxes located in the NOTO area. Visiting all locations will be sure to help you get your steps in! Choose your path below:

Utility Box by Barbara Waterman Peters   YOU ARE HERE

to Utility Box by Jordan E. Brooks, NE corner of Quincy & Laurent  .02 miles

to Utility Box by Michael Mize, located at SE corner of Kansas & Laurent .01 miles

to Utility Box by Staci Dawn, located at corner of Quincy & Morse  .03 miles

to Utility Box by DeAna Morrison, located at Kansas & Morse .02 miles

to Utility Box by Lois Van Liew, located at SW corner of Kansas & Laurent .01 miles

*to Utility Box by Jennifer Bohlander, located at Kansas & Paramore .05 miles (a little off the beaten path but you can do it!)

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