果园镇中心现在位于农场、苹果园和宅基地一度存在的地方。 在这个地区的历史上，像一个小城镇， 配有低层建筑，狭窄的街道和城市广场，为公民提供聚集地点。 乌节历史悠久，邀请当地艺术家创作绘画，装饰瓷砖作品，观赏金属作品和雕刻特色等公共艺术，突显丰富的农历史。 另外，“骄傲印”计划也是这样做的，当地的孩子和他们的宠物可以在城市广场上看到永久的八尺高的苹果片的瓷砖上印上印记。 该计划的收益已交付给当地的慈善组织，如威斯敏斯特遗产基金会。
Orchard Town Center now lies where farm houses, apple orchards and homestead gardens once existed. Playing off the area’s history, Orchard resembles a small town; complete with low-scale buildings, narrow streets and a Town Square which provides the gathering spot for the citizens. Steeped in history, Orchard invited local artists to create public art such as painted murals, decorative tile work, ornamental metal work and sculpted features to highlight the rich agrarian past. Additionally, the “Prints of Pride” program was done so local children and their pets could make imprints on tiles that are attached eight-foot tall apple slices for eternity to see in Town Square. Proceeds from the program were given to local charitable organizations like the Westminster Legacy Foundation.