All who travel into Farmington this summer will see a modern design with shades of blue to showcase new branding efforts that highlight the natural resource of the Vermillion River.
The hydropillar is being renovated after 21 years. This project is expected to take contractor, Classic Protective Coatings approximately 15 weeks, depending on weather conditions.
“I know how important it was to have a modern, fresh logo that represents Farmington moving forward or flowing forward like the Vermillion River that goes through town, and I think this logo represents all of that,” said Lauren Siebenaler, city communications specialist.
The new Farmington city logo displays “Farmington” and the flowing waves on the logo represent the city’s natural resource, the Vermillion River.
The city hired Richard Cassis with Sparc Design, Inc., to create a city water tower image. The council decided to hire this firm because of the water tower image the group designed for the City of St. Cloud.