Proposed Glen Ellyn signage plan focuses on promoting local history, economy
GLEN ELLYN – Celebrating Glen Ellyn's history while promoting its present will be a key part of new signage plans for the village.
After the completion of a wayfinding study that found residents strongly favored a more traditional style of sign, consultant Zac McConnell of The Lakota Group took the firm's ideas to the village's Architectural Review Commission, whose members also said they'd like to see signs that incorporate Glen Ellyn's history.
The wayfinding study began earlier this year as a recommendation of Glen Ellyn's 2009 Downtown Strategic Plan. The Architectural Review Commission was charged with providing feedback on the proposed designs at its Sept. 11 meeting so that changes could be made before they are ultimately brought to the Glen Ellyn Village Board for approval.
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