ST. CLOUD --Seberger Park has been the site of a community beautification project thanks to its Fence Murals.

Throughout the summer multiple murals have been placed along the fence for community members to admire.

Heather Allen is one of the artists that help start the project. She says the project started back in June.

"We started putting samples and things like that on the fence in June."

Community members have enjoyed seeing the Fence Murals. Many comment on the park's Facebook page, or show their support by honking their horns as they drive by.

The fence mural project is scheduled to come to an end upon completion of there final mural titled "The Four Seasons." Dan Mondloch also helped start the project and says  they wanted a permanent mural to end the project.

"The idea is to have a more permanent mural, but if there is interest in changing it down the road we are open to that. We just have to wrap up our project."

The project was funded by three grants from the Central Minnesota Arts Board, the St. Cloud H-R-A and the St. Cloud Arts Commission.

Mondlock says the project has been great for the community and thanks everyone who has helped make this project happen.

"We are very grateful for the support, there's been really good feedback and it's been a lot of fun."

Seberger Park is located at 2001 Second Street North in St. Cloud.

Community members work on the Seberger Park Fence Mural called "The Four Seasons." (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)