Stamford Downtown boasts as one of the best holiday light programs in the region.  With our majestic Oak Tree in Columbus Park, the “dripping lights” at Kiwanis Park, our city center tree at the entrance of  the Ferguson Library or our perennial Holiday Tree and festive display along Bedford Street leading the Latham Park.  It is truly a work of art.  We take such pride in this display of festive lights that we leave them lit until early spring!   We hope you enjoy this fabulous light display and come downtown during the months of November to March  to absorb its beauty!

 

Here’s a summary of how the Stamford Downtown Winter Lights Progarm is all laid out:

Stamford Downtown Street Trees
(Bedford Street (between Broad and Forest) and Atlantic Street (between Broad and Main))

Eighty (80), fifteen foot (15’) to fifty foot (50’) deciduous trees.

a. Miniature, white LED non-blinking lights
b. Co-axle waterproof light sets
c. Average of 1,700 lamps per tree (17 sets of 100 bulbs per set)
d. Individual branch wrap installation
e. Begin lighting trees at approximately twelve feet (12’) off ground.

Latham Park Trees

Twelve (12), twenty foot (20’) to forty foot (40’) deciduous trees
a. Miniature, LED, cool-white, non-blinking lights.
b. Co-axle waterproof light sets
c. Average of 1,250 lamps per tree (15 sets of approx. 80 bulbs per set)
d. Individual branch wrap installation

PLUS

a. 24” LED, cool white, cascading light rods (Stamford Downtown to provide. Selected contractor will inventory the condition of the rods and order replacements as needed)
b. Ten (10) rods per tree

Large Holiday Tree in Latham Park

One (1), thirty-foot (30’) evergreen tree
a. 10,000 miniature, LED, multi-color, non-flashing lights (100 sets of 100 bulbs per set)
b. Co-axle waterproof light sets
c. 300 C9 Strobe Lights (Stamford Downtown will provide the strobe lights. Installer will supply sockets, wires and inventory condition for replacement bulbs needed)
d. Program multiple timers to phase non-flashing and strobes.
e. Install star (or other tree topper) (Stamford Downtown to provide).
f. Approximately one-Hundred (100), six-to-fourteen inch (6”-14”) ornaments.

Columbus Park Oak

One (1), sixty foot (60’) by sixty foot (60’) deciduous tree

Co-axle waterproof light sets

63,750 (638 sets of 100 bulbs) Miniature, multi-color LED, non-flashing lights
Individual branch wrap installation

Entrance Tree at Ferguson Library

One (1), approx. forty foot (40’) deciduous tree

Co-axle waterproof light sets

Approximately 12,000 (12 sets of 100 bulbs) miniature, multi-color LED, non-flashing lights
Individual branch wrap installation

Kiwanis Park Trees

Six (6), twelve foot (12’) to eighteen foot (18’) deciduous trees

a. Miniature, LED, cool white, non-blinking lights
b. Average 1,400 lamps per tree (Fifteen (15) sets of approximately ninety (90) bulbs per set)
c. Individual branch wrap installation

PLUS

a. Twenty-four inch (24”) LED, cool white, cascading light rods
b. Ten (10) rods per tree (Stamford Downtown will provide the rods. The selected contractor will inventory condition and order replacements as needed).

#7. Kiwanis Park Building Wall Installation

Two (2), four (4)-story buildings

a. Install sixty (60), twenty-four inch (24”), 120 volt light rods to pre-installed clips mounted on building walls.
b. Three (3), 10-rod vertical strands per buildings
c. Provide power from pre-established building roof sources.

Street Trees along Summer Street
(Spring Street – Broad Street and Broad to Main Street)

Twenty-eight (28), fifteen foot to (15’) to fifty foot (50’) deciduous trees. Prior to installation, Stamford Downtown will require a contractor/client site walkthrough to finalize specific trees.

a. Miniature, white LED non-blinking lights
b. Co-axle waterproof light sets
c. Average of 1,700 lamps per tree (17 sets of 100 bulbs per set)
d. Individual branch wrap installation
e. Begin lighting trees at approximately twelve feet (12’) off ground.

 

If you like what you see, let us know!  You can email moore@stamford-downtown.com