The public is invited to participate in the new Downtown Boise Wayfinding Project. The wayfinding system will involve a network of information, direction and identification signs that work in unison to help guide people throughout the downtown area.
People are encouraged to attend either of two community outreach sessions, which are scheduled for Tuesday, January 14, andWednesday, January 15. The meetings will be held at the Rose Room (718 W. Idaho Street) both nights from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The DBA and project sponsor Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) are collaborating with a number of partners to create the wayfinding system. The initial effort will focus on downtown Boise, but could be expanded in the future to include entry points and destinations in other areas.
For additional information on the sessions and Boise’s wayfinding initiative please contact Jane Reed, project manager for CCDC by calling 384-4264 or emailing email@example.com.
Other partners include the City of Boise, Valley Regional Transit, Ada County Highway District, Idaho Transportation Department, Idaho Smart Growth, Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau and the State Department of Tourism. For more information about this project visit http://ccdcboise.com/ and click on
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