Planning & Development
The goal of the Planning and Development Department is to work with district residents and regional agencies to provide new and improved parks, recreation areas, natural areas and open space tracts to meet the needs of our community.
Signage Master Plan
The Signage Master Plan is a guideline for planning and implementing an exterior signage system that provides visually uniform sign designs that are cohesive throughout the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District. The plan includes a signage classification system and graphic design standards and specifications to follow when planning and manufacturing signage for a site.
Signs connect a park site and it’s visitors. Visitors can identify, direct and interpret features within a park site and signage can provide the users with a sense of knowledge and safety. Signs that have unity in its message and basic design enable the visitors to:
- Gain an understanding of the site
- Use the site appropriately
- Identify different sites as part of a larger park system
- Locate and access those parks throughout the park system with minimal effort
The Board of Directors adopted the Signage Master Plan April 2009. In January 2014 the Signage Master Plan was revised to include the new Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District logo and a number of sign layout updates. For more complete information, please see a copy of the Signage Master Plan in the Planning and Development document center.
This page was last updated on Thursday September 18 2014 at 4:15 PM.