Public feedback wanted for Devonport’s draft signage strategy

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Devonport City Council currently owns thousands of signs worth over 1.2 million dollars and is calling on community feedback into its draft Signage Strategy 2022-27.

Cr Rockliff said opportunities to boost the City’s signage is supported through current major projects including, LIVING CITY, the State Vehicle Entry Point Project (SVEP), TasPorts Project, Quaylink and Council’s proposed City Entrance Marker project at the Don Road and Bass Highway interface.

The mayor said that the draft Signage Strategy built on two objectives of the LIVING CITY Master Plan, to connect the city centre together, and to capture increased tourism visitation to the city from existing arrival locations.

Devonport city council is currently exploring using new technology in the cities signage and putting a focus on making the cities signage accessible and inclusive. 

To view the strategy and leave feedback click the button below.  

Feedback due date: 5pm on Friday, 12 August 2022

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