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A new style of monument signage is now being implemented in the City of Edmond. The new signage will create a more unified look throughout the community for city entities including parks, city buildings and welcome signage at city limits entry points.
“Our City Council really wants to create more consistency in our signage and identification throughout the city,” said Marketing & Public Relations Manager Casey Moore. “This new design captures both a historic and modern feel for Edmond, and we think our residents will be very pleased with the improvements.”
The first signs to be installed include the welcome signage on South Broadway, the Barnett Field Splash Pad at Main & Kelly and the new Carl Reherman Park on 33rd Street at Arcadia Lake. Additional signs will be added each year to replace current identification signs or as a sign is needed at a new facility.
The new signs are a scalable, timeless design that features the WPA red sandstone featured in many Edmond landmarks. They will require little maintenance which reduces the time and cost currently incurred with the upkeep of the city’s painted wooden signs. Completion of the first three signs is expected with the coming weeks and landscaping will be added in the Spring.