Project 45 installs new wayfinding signage in Meeker |

Project 45 installs new wayfinding signage in Meeker

Nikki Turner/Rio Blanco Herald Times
One of 13 new wayfinding signs around Meeker, thanks to a collaboration between Meeker:Project 45 and multiple organizations, private businesses and government entities.
Caitlin Walker/Courtesy Rio Blanco Herald Times

MEEKER —  They’ve been a long time in coming, but Meeker’s wayfinding signs are finally here. Anyone who has been part of community planning, town board discussions, or attended a “what does Meeker need” meeting in the last 20 years (maybe longer) has heard about the need for wayfinding signs to direct visitors to various amenities.

“It’s been talked about for a long time,” said Meeker Chamber Director and Meeker: Project 45 director Stephanie Kobald. “We were told we couldn’t make it work with CDOT (Colorado Department of Transportation). But there are other towns in the Main Street group that have the same problem [of the highway going through town] and they have signs.”

Read more at The Rio Blanco Herald Times.

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