Proposed Morris County Wayfinding System Presentation Public Meeting
You are invited to attend a presentation on the proposed Morris County Wayfinding System
Why: The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB) was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from the New Jersey Historic Trust to expand and improve the existing Morristown Wayfinding System so that it embraces the entire County. The MCTB is contributing the required $30,000 match for this $80,000 project. The new study will aid in the preparation of a wayfinding signage program for the county and may serve as a model project for other New Jersey municipalities and counties. The program will make recommendations on the design, placement and content of signs that will assist residents and visitors locate the area’s sites of interest.
This public meeting is with our consultant, John Bosio, from MERJE. MERJE focuses exclusively on wayfinding and signage programs, with a unique expertise in urban wayfinding programs. Their sign projects in Newark, Jersey City, Camden, Bayonne and Plainsboro have set the State’s standard. MERJE has also completed projects in the historic communities of Savannah, Georgia and Frederick, Maryland.
Who should attend: County, municipal & local stakeholders
What: Presentation of the draft signage program and public forum
Where: Haggerty Education Center, Frelinghuysen Arboretum,
53 E. Hanover Avenue, across from the Morris County Library
When: Wednesday, November 10th from 5pm – 6:30pm
To see a sample of the proposed signs visit www.morristourism.org/wayfinding.html
- Contact Information
- Leslie Bensley
- Executive Director
- Morris County Tourism Bureau
- Contact via E-mail
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