Doraville has completed the replacement of its city entrance signs. Mayor Donna Pittman and Doraville City Council members celebrated the completion recently by posing in front of the new signs. The entrance signs were replaced in an effort to greet visitors to Doraville in a more modern, professional manner.
The sign was created by local graphic arts designer Michael Halbert, who also designed the entrance signs to Northwoods in 2014.
Two designs were selected from five concepts submitted by Halbert and chosen based on citizen feedback. Smaller, alternate signs were placed at city entrance points with physical space, sight-line or right-of-way restrictions.
Directional signs to Doraville locations such as the library, city hall, municipal court and public pool will be installed soon.
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