The 10 winners and designs of Richmond's annual Street Banner Contest were unveiled at Monday's city council meeting.
The unveiling celebration was the first in three years since the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to many in-person events.
Winning designs will have their street banners displayed around major streets in the city and areas within Richmond's downtown core.
A complete set of the 10 winning banners are also on display in the Richmond City Hall atrium.
A total of 550 designs were submitted this year and a judging panel, made up of community members, selected 20 finalists before public voting was held to determine the final 10 winners.
All entries reflected one of the following 10 themes: Community, Connection, Nature, Neighbourhood, Sustainability, The Arts, Urban Landscape, Waterfront, Wellness and Wildlife.
This year's contest received more than 6,500 votes over a two-week voting period.