Norcross Public Arts Commission (NPAC)

Meetings

The mission of the Norcross Public Arts Commission is to cultivate a growing, creative arts community and to promote continuous growth and development of our neighboring cultural resources.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Norcross Public Arts Commission shall have the following duties and responsibilities:

  • To cultivate a growing, creative arts community, to promote continuous growth and development of neighboring cultural resource;
  • To seek funding from donations and public grant funding to promote growth and interest in public arts;
  • To review and make recommendations to the mayor and council for the placement of all permanent art in public areas, including parks, buildings and parking lots;
  • To organize and make recommendations to the Mayor and Council for public arts events in the city;
  • To prepare a "master arts plan" for approval by the Mayor and Council after receiving public comment; and
  • To prepare and present to a proposed budget to the Mayor and Council for its operation not later than 60 days prior to the beginning of each fiscal year.

Meetings

NPAC meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall 2nd floor conference room.

Agendas & Minutes

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Agendas & Minutes

Members

NPAC is a seven-member board serving three-year terms. A minimum of four members shall be citizens of the city.

MemberTerm
Expiration

Cathy Muth, ChairDecember 1, 2026
Vince Nicoletti, TreasurerDecember 1, 2024 
Bob GrossmanDecember 1, 2024
Sonia LopezDecember 1, 2026
Janell MartinDecember 1, 2026
Yamily Mijes-O'ReillyDecember 1, 2024 
 Councilmember Arlene BecklesInterim
(Vacant) 


Contact Us

To contact the commission, you may send an email to npac@norcrossga.net.

Shayla Alexis, Staff Liaison
Deputy City Clerk
Department of the City Clerk
shayla.alexis@norcrossga.net