An array of color now lights up the the roundabout trees in Emory Village. The idea was several years in the making — it was in the original plans for the roundabout, but electrical and construction challenges kept it from becoming a reality for many years.
This summer, Titan Electric completed boring under the roundabout on North Decatur Road and running the wiring necessary to turn on the lights. Planted under the Japanese maple trees, the lights are LED-powered and can rotate through the entire spectrum of colors.
This addition is a part of EVA’s ongoing efforts to illuminate the Village. The project, which started in 2012 as part of the village streetscape improvement initiative, included the Mary Kelly fountain lights and those lighting up the Emory Village sign wall.
Many thanks to the many donors whose generosity made possible these new colorful lights now adding a sense of magic to evening walks through Emory Village.