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From its inception, the Madison Avenue Task Force has relied on the generosity of public-spirited community members who have donated their time, talent and treasure to help make Corvallis a better place to live. If you believe in the mission of the MATF and would like to participate in shaping the city's future through participation in MATF activities, come to one of our meetings held monthly on the first Tuesday of the month (no meeting in August) at 4 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church, 8th and Monroe in the church library (entrance on 8th Street). For more information, see the "Contact" page.

Current MATF membership reflects the diverse interests of the community. Volunteer members include Madison Avenue residents, business owners, designers, artists, gardeners, government employees, university personnel--people who have an interest in seeing Corvallis become even more livable, one block at a time.

If you can support the work of the Madison Avenue Task Force with a tax-deductible donation, it would be very much appreciated and put to good use. Charitable donations can be sent to the Madison Avenue Task Force, P.O. Box 1013, Corvallis, OR 97339.



Much of the artwork along Madison Avenue was made possible through the generosity of many people and organizations who want to make Corvallis a better place.

The Arts Center has published a handy brochure called "Alley Art and More," that is a self-guided tour of the public art along Madison Avenue. From time to time The Arts Center staff conduct guided tours of this artwork. Call 541-754-1551 for more information.


A "recycled" drive-in theatre marquee becomes a venue for local poets.

Madison Avenue Task Force P.O. Box 1013 Corvallis, OR 97339

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