Maricopa City Hall just got a new pop of color. 

Last weekend, a mural was installed along the government building’s main staircase. 

“We had our internal team design the wrap,” said Brandon LaVorgna, spokesperson for the city.  

The unnamed wall wrap depicts historic buildings like the Hotel Williams and Maricopa Station alongside the better-known 1800s water tower and City Hall. 

It cost $5,200 and was paid for as a part of the city’s Public Arts Initiative, which is funded by taxpayer dollars. 

The second city-funded mural installed in the last month, it joined a hand-painted piece on the side of the Maricopa Museum and Visitor Center. Other parts of the arts initiative like the decorated ‘wild horses’ and traffic-boxes dot the town.