Final Public Review of Georgia Ave. Heritage Trail — Looks Good

There was a good turn out for the final review of the GA/PP Trail before installation

Last night, the public were invited to participate in the final review of the signs for the coming Georgia Avenue/Pleasant Plains heritage trail. The review was held at the Emergence Community Arts Collective located at 733 Euclid St. NW.

The finished trail will begin at the Shaw/Howard Metro and end at the Georgia Avenue/Petworth Metro. Last night’s community review was the first opportunity for the public to see the signs with images, text, and graphics all combined as they will appear when installed. It was also another opportunity to catch any final typos or errors in the text and ensure that the trail is a polished and perfect as possible.

One thing that I found particularly heartening was that the GA/PP trail wouldn’t prevent a future Park View trail. However, finding money to fund the trail would be a major obstacle.

Mock ups for signs 16, 17, and 18, which will be located on the Park View section of the trail


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One Comment on “Final Public Review of Georgia Ave. Heritage Trail — Looks Good”

  1. Dittle Says:

    Very cool! I can’t wait until the signs are installed.

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