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Junction City’s Design Program

Creating a safe, inviting atmosphere for shoppers, workers, and visitors through attractive window displays, parking areas, building improvements, alley clean up and development, colorful banners, street furniture, sidewalks, street lights, signs, and landscaping to convey a positive visual image about what our downtown has to offer. Design activities also include instilling good maintenance practices in the commercial district, enhancing the district’s physical appearance through rehabilitation of historic buildings, encouraging appropriate new construction, developing sensitive design management systems, educating business and property owners about design quality, and long-term planning.

Downtown Beautification


Multiple fiberglass “JC” statues have been fabricated by the Kansas State University – Salina campus senior mechanical engineering class.  Learn more…

Design Committee

Theresa Bramlage – Committee Co-Chair & Program Director, R2B4 Bramlage Family Foundation
Amber Serrano – Committee Co-Chair & Fort Riley spouse
Sara Arriaga – Society of First Infantry Division

Rachel Fortner – Owner, Pineapple Whip Kansas
Ray Ibarra – Director, Public Works
Autumn McGuffey – Fort Riley Spouse
Bruce McMillan – AIA Architects PA

Elizabeth Werts – Owner, Spin On
Jade White – Custom Holiday Lights
Nick Youngers – Director, Junction City Parks and Recreation

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