Churchill Town Symbol Lighting: Latrobe City Council

Latrobe City Council has recently completed lighting upgrades to the Churchill Town Symbol.

The upgrades were delivered as part of Council’s Annual Building Renewal Program and saw lighting reinstated to the town monument, affectionately referred to by locals as the ‘Big Cigar’.

The upgrades to the lighting infrastructure offer a randomised light colour program, in addition to the standard warm yellow streetlight colour.

The randomised coloured lighting sequence of the Churchill Town Symbol does not have any particular significance, even if by chance they align with a celebration day linked to that colour.

Where Council illuminates the monument for a purpose, this will be publicised through Council communication channels.

Council is currently creating a ‘Days of Significance and Awareness Campaign’ Policy, which will aim to guide when Council-owned facilities will light up in relevant celebration or commemorative colours.

Until this Policy is finalised, the Churchill Town Symbol lighting will remain programmed to a random colour function, unless otherwise communicated.

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