Art In Public Places
The City brings public art to the Moorpark community through the Art In Public Places program. This program requires certain development projects to either provide art work on site (as a part of the project construction), or to pay an in-lieu fee which is then used by the City to develop and maintain public art projects throughout the community.
Call for Artists: Moorpark Station North Parking Lot
The City of Moorpark is seeking a qualified artist, or artist team, to design, fabricate and install artwork for the Moorpark Train Station North Parking Lot, located in the City’s historic downtown area. The location provides an excellent opportunity to develop an engaging visual experience that will serve as significant gateway to the City of Moorpark.
Project details and application requirements are available in the Request for Qualification documents, available on the City website: CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Applications are due February 9, 2022, by 5:00 p.m. PST
Arts Master Plan
|On October 6, 2021 the Moorpark City Council adopted the City's first Arts Master Plan. The Arts Master Plan is the result of a robust public input campaign and detailed evaluation of the City's current policies and procedures related to public art. The Plan provides a blueprint for aligning the City's priorities with those of the community and offers short and long-term direction for program activities.|
View the City of Moorpark Arts Master Plan here!
"We Are One Family"
Ruben Castro Human Services Center
Artist: John Fischer
Moorpark Public Art Projects
To date the City has installed a number of noteworthy public art projects, including:
- The Thin Blue Line Sculpture at the Police Services Center
- LithoMosaics & Bronze Toad at Arroyo Vista Recreation Center
- Mammoth Bone Sculpture at Mammoth Highlands Park
- The “We Are One Family” sculpture at Ruben Castro Human Services Center
- Veterans’ Memorial, located at the corner of Flinn Avenue and Spring Road
- The monument to Victims and Heroes of 911, located at the corner of Tierra Rejada Road and Mountain Trail Street
Additionally, a number of private projects have incorporated public art as a required element of project construction including: stone sculptures and fountain at The Village At Moorpark, rock sculpture and fountain at the Freeway Business Center, fountains in Tuscany Square, bronze sculpture in Campus Plaza, sculpture and fountain in Moorpark Marketplace, fountain and sculpture at Moorpark Country Club, stone sculpture at Patriot Commerce Center, stone sculpture and fountain in the Mission Bell Plaza.
Additional information about public art in our community can be found in the City of Moorpark Public Art Survey:
- CLICK HERE to view the photographic survey of existing and potential public art locations.
For more information about the City’s Art In Public Places Program, or the Arts Master Plan project, contact:
Senior Management Analyst