The city of Stanfield is looking for volunteers to help “paint the town” on Oct. 14.
The community service project to paint buildings downtown will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, as volunteers meet at the city council chambers, 150 Coe Ave. The city will provide paint, supplies, equipment, water and refreshments. Community members just need to show up ready to work in clothing that can get paint on it.
City councilor Jason Sperr proposed the project at a recent city council meeting as part of Stanfield’s ongoing efforts to revitalize its downtown district.
Contact city manager Blair Larsen for more information or to RSVP so the city has an idea of how many volunteers will be available.