Our city parks are a vibrant part of our community, offering playground equipment, shelters, soccer nets, basketball courts, green space and trails for community members and visitors to enjoy. During the last week in June, our city parks received new signage to help visitors easily navigate our tremendous parks. The new signage is at the entrance of every park; except Terra and Lew Clarkson. These two parks will have bigger signage since they are our largest parks within the city. Parks staff is waiting on construction materials to install the signage at these two parks. The old signs will removed now that the new ones are installed.
A new feature of each of the signs is the address for each of the parks. Residents and visitors now have the exact address to provide dispatch in the event of an emergency.
Below are the photos over the years of the signage. as parks were added, our logo wasn't always updated. Now, all of our parks have a uniform look and each sign is branded with our logo. The sign on the left at Dewey Park is the look of the new signs at the parks.