Street Space

Street Space

2SLGBTQIA+ painted crosswalk in the Ottawa Street Business Improvement Area (BIA) Corridor, 2023

Painted Crosswalks

Street Space is paving the way for painted crosswalks to be installed in various Windsor neighbourhoods to showcase, promote, and share creative work. Opportunities within Street Space include increased community involvement; enhancement of the cultural experience for residents and visitors; and celebration of Windsor's arts, culture, and heritage. Helping you tell your story of Windsor.

Program Information

Street Space Program Guidelines

  • The Cultural Affairs team in partnership with Transportation Operations will work with you to coordinate and facilitate your Street Space Painted Crosswalk project.
  • Street Space is open to all Windsor residents, all ages, and all genres of painting.
  • Street Space projects can be submitted by individual artists, community activists, or by a group (i.e. individual artist/arts or community group/elementary or secondary class, etc.).
  • Street Space provides an opportunity for residents of Windsor to help shape and enrich their neighbourhood through creativity, collaboration, and positive community involvement

Application Information

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis. All applicants to Street Space are required to complete the
Street Space Application. All applications will be considered by the Street Space Project Team and will be selected based on the criteria outlined in the Street Space Program Guidelines.

Submission Information

Mail or drop off your application and additional required documents to:

Cultural Affairs Office
Recreation and Culture, City of Windsor
2450 McDougall Street, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N8X 3N6
Phone: For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call (519) 253-2300 ext. 2746.
For additional information, application process, or crosswalk location considerations, please contact the Cultural Affairs office by phone or email.
Street Space Application Street Space Program Guidelines