December 06, 2013 - 9:34 AM
Directional signs are being considered in West Kelowna as means to help residents and visitors find key locations throughout the community.
As part of the process for developing a Wayfinding Signage Program, the District of West Kelowna is hosting an initial public workshop, to gain perspective on community needs, Thursday, December 12, 5 - 8 p.m.; drop-in format at Mount Boucherie Secondary School Multipurpose Room, 2751 Cameron Road, West Kelowna.
Municipal staff and consultants from MMM Group will be in attendance to answer questions and engage in discussion on key points, such as:
- Identification of destinations that warrant improved signage and wayfinding;
- Identification of priority areas for wayfinding implementation; and,
- Major issues and constraints in creating a cohesive wayfinding strategy.
Key locations under consideration for new signage include Westbank Centre, Gellatly Bay, the Industrial Area, community facilities and other business areas.
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