Countywide Wayfinding Study

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On March 9, 2021, the project team for the Countywide Wayfinding Project hosted its second stakeholder workshop.  The project team presented and talked through a process flow chart that highlighted critical steps that a community entity would take toward the implementation of a wayfinding project.  They also presented a scenario to test the flow chart and solicit feedback from participants.  The flow chart and scenarios will be elements of the guidance that the team is developing for community wayfinding. 

Workshop Materials: Click here to review the meeting minutes |  Click here to view the PowerPoint 

The first stakeholder workshop was in November 2020 and engaged participants with a series of interactive virtual exercises to understand the challenges when planning and implementing wayfinding, discuss the main difficulties and how they can be improved, and identify ways to streamline the process.   Participants included representatives from agencies that regulate wayfinding (i.e. Department of Public Works & Transportation, State Highway Administration), community associations, municipalities, interests groups, and County staff. 

Workshop Materials: Click here to review the meeting minutes | Click here to view the PowerPoint 

The consultant team’s next task is to review workshop feedback, continue stakeholder interviews, and develop the draft guidance document.  Agency review of the document should begin April 2021.

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