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Posted on: January 3, 2017

New Gateway Signs installed around Pleasant Hill

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In late December, the City installed eight new Gateway signs at major entryways to Pleasant Hill. These signs replaced the old 'Pagoda' style signs which were removed a few months ago.

In addition to the Gateway signs, the City will also be installing 29 ‘wayfinding’ signs at various locations in the next few weeks. These will highlight main attractions such as Downtown, City Hall, Pleasant Hill Library, PH Community Center and other key buildings and parks in order to help both residents and visitors navigate to major destinations in the City.

The Gateway and Wayfinding signage was designed over an 18 month period working with WRT, urban design consultants, and Arrow Sign Company. The process included ten public workshops and multiple focus group meetings during which input was solicited from various community members regarding design concepts and locations for the new signs.

For more information on this project, contact Economic Development Manager, Kelly Calhoun, at kcalhoun@pleasanthillca.org or call (925) 671-5213.  

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