Vallejo has a rich past and new directional signs will combine a bit of history while also pointing the way to downtown points of interest, sign promoters said.
The Central Core Restoration Corporation finally won city approval for new way-finding signs after nearly five years of delays.
They will be installed in the next few months and will direct people as well as highlight Vallejo history.
The city of Vallejo’s Beautification and Design Review Board unanimously approved them Thursday.
CCRC Executive Coordinator Erin Bakke said the signs are beneficial for the downtown. “Having way-finding signs is huge, especially after they’ve been held up so many times,” she said.
The blue and white signs will feature the city’s logo, historical photos along with a short description, plus arrows pointing to the Vallejo Ferry building, Empress Theatre, Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, Civic Center and parking.