Edmond offers free calendars to local residents
The city has published 10,000 calendars for 2013 and is offering them for free. The calendars are an annual project for the city.
EDMOND — Edmond has published 2013 calendars that are free to local residents.
The calendars have user-friendly features such as trash collection dates, holiday office hours, council and planning commission meeting dates, city budget information and a community directory.
City leaders had 10,000 calendars printed for a cost of $16,040.
“This year's calendar is different than in years past,” said Ashleigh Clerk, marketing and public relations manager. “We wanted to change the landscape of the piece to reflect a unique, creative style while maintaining the useful information.”
The marketing and public relations department photographed, produced and designed the calendar, using Broadway Antiques and Market as a source for the photographs.
Calendars can be found at the utility customer service, 100 E First Street; the City First building, 24 E First Street; Public Works and Planning, 10 S Littler Ave.; municipal court building, 101 E First Street; and Downtown Community Center, 28 E Main.
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