Thank you to everyone that contributed ideas to help shape the design of tourism and community signs across the TRC region.
This stage of community engagement is now completed.
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The Tourism and Community Signage Strategy will provide a framework for the provision, design, and management of tourism and community signage across the region. Council and PSA Consulting are facilitating targeted consultation through a series of community workshops and meetings with Traditional Owner groups and the broader community.
Can't make it to a workshop? Share your thoughts on our Ideas Wall!
The Tourism and Community Signage Strategy will guide the design and location of tourism and community signage, including regional and town entry signs. The purpose is to create a strong brand for the TRC region, support a positive experience for visitors, nurture community pride, provide important information about the region, and aid wayfinding.
The project will be implemented over several years, based on available funding, resulting in a hierarchy of signage to guide and inform motorists and pedestrians, visitors and residents, ensuring a consistent brand for the local government area that reflects the region’s tourism branding, yet also encompassing the local identity of each town and location.
The Strategy will record Council’s existing tourism and community signage, identify obsolescent signs, and design and plan for a new suite of signage for the region, both for tourism and community, developing a guide to the design requirements for each of the identified sign types.
The project covers the whole of the Tablelands local government area (LGA).
Community Engagement period for this stage was 1st to 15th May 2019