The City of Alton wants your input when it comes to signs. Officials from the business community and those promoting tourism believe wayfinding, or the the coordination of signage for visitors and local residents, needs to be addressed as a way to better promote the city. The initial study will focus on the entrance to the city near the Clark Bridge.
Alton Main Street Executive Director Sara McGibany says in recent years, more communities are trying to eliminate unnecessary signage, consolidate what needs to be on display, and then institute a wayfinding signage program to better direct people around town. She says you might already see this in an historic town or university campus:
If you'd like to offer an opinion, a presentation can be viewed and you can take a survey through the link below from the city of Alton's website: