Regional Council of Goyder's plan to update and unify town signs

Entrance signs will be reinvigorated as part of Regional Council of Goyder's plan to update and unify all towns.
Entrance signs will be reinvigorated as part of Regional Council of Goyder's plan to update and unify all towns.

A subcommittee of councillors and staff will investigate and recommend a change to the Regional Council of Goyder’s town brand signage.

A discussion paper presented at Council’s October meeting provided the background of current township entrance signage, which was last updated 12 years ago.

These signs are now in need of replacement, with 29 replacement/new signs being required.

Council also manages tourist and service signs, while there are many community installed township entry statements of various types.

Members of the signage subcommittee will be Cr Peter Dunn, Cr Daryl Venning, Council’s tourism, arts and heritage development manager Ali Gebhardt and Council works manager Lee Wallis.