Frisco downtown water tower could soon get colorful LED lights – The Dallas Morning News

February 16, 2022 by No Comments

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Frisco’s downtown water tower — and it may soon light the sky with color.

During a City Council work session last week, Frisco’s downtown advisory board suggested installing color-changing LED lights onto the historic tower, which many residents recognize as a symbol for the city.

According to Community Impact, the tower would display a warm white glow “95% of the time,” the advisory board said during the Feb. 10 presentation. But under special circumstances — such as a local high school team winning a state championship or holidays — the tower would change colors. City staff recommended for it to show up to four colors at a time, according to Community Impact.

If approved, the city could install lights on the tank for about $33,000, or on both the tank and the tank’s legs for an estimated $43,500, Community Impact reported.

City staff in Gilbert, Ariz., completed a similar project with a water tower, according to the report.



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