The Bagg's Square Association has unveiled their latest mural project.

The mural is part of a $250,000 National Grid Urban Corridor Program grant.

The 76-foot long historical timeline mural is located on the John Street overpass near Kids Oneida and the Children's Museum.

Beth Irons, President of the Bagg's Square Association, says the mural covers the last 225 years of history in Bagg's Square.  Irons says the Bagg's Square area was the first established neighborhood in the city.

Other projects completed under the National Grid grant include wayfinding signage, branded litter receptacles and pole banners throughout the neighborhood.