After nearly a decade of ignoring the need for “way finding” signs in Boise, the major stakeholders in downtown Boise have adopted the GUARDIAN idea of being tourist-friendly.
CCDC and the Downtown Boise Association are gathering ideas on the development of a wayfinding system for Downtown Boise. The meetings are set for Tuesday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 11 at the Rose Room, 718 W. Idaho St., from 4 to 6 p.m. RSVP to 384-4264.
The wayfinding system will involve a network of information, direction and identification signs that work to help guide people to and throughout the downtown area. To develop the Downtown Boise wayfinding system, CCDC and DBA are collaborating with the usual suspects to discuss the sign idea.
The system — like most projects– will focus on Downtown Boise but could be expanded in the future to include entry points and destinations within the larger community.
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