Carson High student honored for Public Works logo

Carson High School junior Tierney Frost designed the logo selected to brand the East William Street Complete Streets Project.

Carson High School junior Tierney Frost designed the logo selected to brand the East William Street Complete Streets Project.

Carson City Public Works has recognized Tierney Frost, a junior at Carson High School, with an award for designing the logo that will brand the East William Street Complete Streets Project.
The project will include a transformation of the corridor between North Carson Street and the Interstate 580 interchange from a high-speed vehicle thoroughfare to a destination roadway shared by all users alike.
More than 50 CHS students participated in the logo project contest from Patricia Ababio’s levels 2, 3 and 4 Graphic Design classes. Of those, 23 designs were sent forward for evaluation. Frost’s chosen logo “Connecting with the Capitol” will help brand the project and will be included on all project materials.
Frost, a level 2 graphic design student, will receive a $100 Amazon gift card, and all participating students will receive a breakfast for their efforts.
The East William Street Complete Streets Project was one out of 90 projects awarded across the United States. The funding will be part of an estimated $17.4 million construction project used to transform East William Street from a former state-owned highway into an efficient, multimodal street. The first step to the complete street transformation of East William Street is the completion of a feasibility study to determine what improvements can be made.
For information about the project, go to CarsonProud.com/east-William-complete-streets-project/.

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