Our Wayfinding Project will install new signs around town to help drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians get around our city in the most efficient way possible. The signs help direct people to downtown, public parking, the Caltrain station and other important locations in San Carlos.
A Steering Committee of commissioners, staff, and Hunt Design, a consulting firm specializing in wayfinding sign design, lead this effort. Community input is important for this project to succeed.
The City is currently getting ready to begin the next phase of the Wayfinding Project. In the next phase, the City will begin the development of design-intent fabrication and installation drawings. Once this is completed, the City will be able to begin collecting quotations from potential vendors to construct and install the signs.
June 10, 2019: The City Council adopted a resolution approving an agreement with Hunt Design to begin development of the design-intent fabrication and installation drawings. Under the agreement Hunt Design will also provide construction management assistance when it comes time to install the new signs.
February 11, 2019: The City Council adopted a resolution approving the sign options associated with the Wayfinding Project and directed City Staff to contract with a firm to develop design-intent fabrication and installation drawings.
January 29, 2019: The Wayfinding Project was presented to the City Council’s Downtown Subcommittee.
June 19, 2018: Hunt Design presented the sign options to the Transportation and Circulation Commission.
Aug. 22, 2017: Hunt Design presented the sign options to the Economic Development Advisory Commission.
May 17, 2017: Community meeting where Hunt Design presented the design alternatives selected and refined by the Steering Committee. Community members shared their input on the design alternatives.
Economic Development Coordinator