Completing the Reconstruction of the Pueblo Levee and to Remember the Victims of the Great Flood of 1921 in Pueblo


The Pueblo Levee Mural Project

The Pueblo Levee Mural Project is a mural along a levee of the Arkansas River certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the longest painting in the world. It is a 3-mile long continuous mural located in Pueblo, Colorado. The mural was originally started in the 1970s, when students of nearby Colorado State University–Pueblo began painting over existing graffiti. They worked at night to evade notice by the police, and in the end the work received support from the community.

New Pueblo Levee Murals have just added over 47 new murals along the Arkansas River wall in the past year with another 20 murals in the works. Updated Photos of the Reconstruction


Pueblo Conservancy District - Call for Artists


Pueblo Conservancy District Regular Meetings are held at
the Pueblo Heritage Museum at 201 West B Street, Pueblo, Colorado at 10:00am

Upcoming Meeting Schedule as Follows:
Meeting are usually held the 4th Wednesday of each month except if a conflict with a holiday

May 26, 2021

June 23, 2021

July 28, 2021

August 25, 2021

September 22, 2021

October 27, 2021

November 17, 2021

December 15, 2021

New Pueblo Levee Artwork

Pueblo’s Arkansas River levee is a Colorado gem