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How can a designed civic plaza and public art increase downtown activity in a small, rural city?

Driggs, a small mountain town in Eastern Idaho, is set amidst the scenic Teton Valley. Over 500,000 people pass through the town each year on their way to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks or Jackson Hole. With so many visitors passing through, Driggs wanted to find ways to attract people to stop in town. Driggs City Center was the key.
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Pilar AgŁero-Esparza is an artist, teacher, and mother who explores themes of labor and domesticity

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