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Williamsburg Seeks Input on Downtown Wayfinding Project

WILLIAMSBURG-Williamsburg is looking for public feedback on its Downtown Wayfinding Project through a survey at

Williamsburg is planning to enhance its existing wayfinding system to make it easier for visitors and residents to navigate downtown, promote parking opportunities, encourage local shopping and dining, and market special events.

Nationally recognized firm MERJE has been hired to work on the project, which will include the creation of a consistent directional and informational signage system.  Capturing the character and culture of the city will also be taken into consideration when planning the design of the signs.

The survey closes on Monday, March 8, at 5pm.

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