The Annapolis Wayfinding and Signage Master Plan was approved by City Council on July 9, 2013. Currently, the first phase of the project, that pedestrian phase, is in fabrication. We'd like to thank the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority and the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board for helping to fund this work.
- January-February 2017: Sign installation
- October 2016: Field check before installation
For more information, see:
- Wayfinding Background (PDF)
- Location Plans (JPG)
- Individual Sign Location (PDF)
- Wayfinding and Signage Master Plan (2013) (PDF)
Background & Development of Wayfinding & Signage Master Plan
The City of Annapolis received a grant from the Baltimore Metropolitan Council to improve its city-wide wayfinding for vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Building on previous efforts, this grant-funded master plan creates an inventory of existing wayfinding signage, identifies the preferred location and content for a comprehensive program of wayfinding signs, and incorporates the use of interactive and electronic signs. Headed by a 10-person steering committee, the plan was reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Commission.
- July 9, 2013: City Council Vote
- May 15, 2013: Transportation Board
- April 15, 2013: Rules Committee
- April 11, 2013: Transportation Committee
- April 8, 2013: Public Hearing at City Council
- February 21, 2013: Plan was presented to City Council at a work session - Wayfinding Analysis and Design (PDF)
- February 11, 2013: Plan will be introduced to City Council as a resolution
- January 3, 2013: Planning Commission - Presentation (PDF)
- August 23, 2012: Open House and presentation to Historic Preservation Commission
- May 1 and 2, 2012: Stakeholder interviews
The City has retained MERJE Design to prepare the wayfinding plan. MERJE has a holistic design approach that incorporates graphic design with the built environment.
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