Collaboration is at the heart of any preservation program. Protecting a landscape, a landmark, or an archaeological site can often benefit other community efforts, like encouraging economic development, educational outreach, and exhibiting community pride. At the Edge Hill Service Station, our window restoration dovetails nicely with our love of the arts. “In what way?” you might ask. The design of this 1930 Texaco “Denver-style” station was intended to convey a familiar and reliable business, recognizable across a region, but personalized to its time and community. In many ways, public art, whether sculpture, murals, or the landscaping of our byways, are part of our community’s identity – a symbol of who we are and what we value.