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Sign Code open house a success; survey coming online Aug. 8

Sign Code open house a success; survey coming online Aug. 8

Last week, the Sign Code update steering committee and consultant teams hosted a public open house/workshop. The event provided attendees with an approximate timeline for the Sign Code update effort, offered an informal forum for questions and answers, and introduced the staff and consultants working on the project.  

Those in attendance were asked to consider images for 18 different types of signs, and provide their opinions as to which might be appropriate for use in the City of Westminster. Examples of the layout and graphics that will be used in the new sign code were on display. Finally, each person was asked to define what a sign means to them as an individual, in terms of how signs should be used, and what they provide to the community.

Feedback at the event was very enthusiastic and positive. Many people expressed their excitement at having a new code, and their appreciation for being included in the process.  

The meeting was attended by members of the public, business owners, sign manufacturers, former City Councillor Bob Briggs, and current City Councillor David DeMott.

Provide your feedback:

If you were unable to attend the open house and would like to provide  your opinion on the sign images, a visual preference survey will be online beginning Wednesday, Aug. 8. You may also get complete details on the project and provide your feedback on any aspect about the Sign Code update. Please visit the Sign Code update webpage

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