Plymouth Board of Works Considers Gateway Signage

Those entering the City of Plymouth may soon notice new signs welcoming them to the area.

During Monday night’s Plymouth Board of Works meeting, gateway signage was considered to help promote and improve the look of the community.

A committee consisting of several community members, as well as City officials was formed to consider the new signs.

The City of Plymouth is also considering one roundabout sign, and two gateway signs to act as permanent structures. Committee members responsible for considering the signage made a request for proposal on the sign construction – which was within the $100-thousand budget.

Beginning in late August, four billboards will be utilized in the areas of U.S. 31 South of Michigan Road, U.S. 30 East of the truck stop, U.S. 6 near junction with new U.S. 31, and U.S. 30 near Redwood Road.

The Board of Works approved the general designs at their meeting this week, unanimously.