10 new rainbow crosswalks are set to come to Dallas' Oak Lawn neighborhood — the historic heart of the city's LGBTQ scene.
The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved the crosswalk project as a small part of $1.4 million in street improvements on Cedar Springs Road between Douglas and Oak Lawn avenues.
But the colorful walkways will send a big message, said council member Omar Narvaez, who is openly gay.
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"We will be showing not just the residents of Dallas but the entire world that the city of Dallas is a welcoming community," Narvaez said.