NEW SIGNS DOWNTOWN: Parksville’s downtown is getting new street signs. Above

New street signs for downtown Parksville

The city and the Parksville Downtown Business Association shared the costs of the project

  • Apr. 23, 2015 5:00 p.m.

NEW SIGNS DOWNTOWN: Parksville’s downtown is getting new street signs. Above, Parksville Downtown Business Association (PDBA) president Sandy Herle, left, and Mayor Marc Lefebvre help put the first sign up on Alberni Highway and Hirst Street on Tuesday. The total cost for the new signage is $13,675 with $5,200 (plus taxes) as the PDBA’s share. There are about 40 new street signs and seven signalized intersections being replaced with the new BIA/downtown branding.

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