Doraville, GA, January 23, 2017 – The Post Reports – The project to replace the outdated Doraville city-limit entrance signs has been completed, signs intended to greet visitors in a more modern and professional manner.
Mayor Donna Pittman and Doraville City Council members chose the designs out of five concepts submitted by local graphic arts designer Michael Halbert of the Northwoods neighborhood. Halbert also designed the entrance signs installed in Northwoods in 2014.
Based on citizen feedback, two different designs were chosen: Tier 1 stone pillar signs were placed at main entrance points into the city and Tier 2 alternate sign posts were placed at entrance points in the city that may have limitations such as physical space restrictions, sightline restrictions, and right-of-way restrictions.
Additionally, directional signs to Doraville locations such as the library, city hall, court, the municipal pool, etc. will be installed soon.