SIGN DESIGN AND WAYFINDING SIGNAGE PLAN The City of Wilsonville will host a Signage & Wayfinding Open House on Tuesday, June 26, to gather feedback from the community on preferred design concepts in order to create a Wayfinding Signage Plan. The open house will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at City Hall, 29799 SW Town Center Loop East — Willamette River Conference Rooms. The City of Wilsonville recognizes the importance of wayfinding for all modes of transportation and desires a Plan that will address the needs of vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians while enhancing the visitor experience through strategically placed and well-designed wayfinding signage. The goal of the Wayfinding Signage Plan is to develop a family friendly wayfinding system that provides logical and safe connections between key destinations and commercial districts. Installation of unified wayfinding signage, informational kiosks, and enhanced gateways will strengthen the sense of place, increase foot traffic to businesses, ease congestion, and offer a more enjoyable visitor experience. At the June 26 open house, attendees will listen to a brief presentation about wayfinding and view three different wayfinding design concepts and provide feedback about preferences. For those unable to attend the meeting, an online survey will go live later the week of June 26 to gather design feedback. Follow the City’s Facebook page ( or check the Sign Design and Wayfinding Signage Plan page on the City’s website where a link to the survey will be posted the week of June 26. Publish May 30, 2018. WS47413

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Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2018/05/30

End Date: 2018/05/30

Owner: City of Wilsonville


County: Clackamas