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Temple City Council approves $400,000 downtown signage project


The Temple City Council approved a $400,000 downtown signage project on Friday. The city hopes to construct and install high quality, attractive signage that will direct residents and visitors to the downtown area of Temple. 

The signage will be for kiosk, directional, parking, and informational use for downtown.

New directional signs will be placed on East Adams, West Central, North 3rd, and South 1st Streets to direct people to the downtown area. Some signs will clearly identify public parking facilities, and four-sided kiosk signs will provide people with the location of important elements within downtown. 

Ken Cicora, Temple's Parks and Leisure Services Director, says, "We think it is going to be a major improvement in the downtown area that will help people easily identify downtown attractions and parking locations for our visitors."

The contract for the signage was awarded to National Signs, LLC, out of Houston. The city says the new signs are expected to be installed prior to the end of this fiscal year. 

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