SIOUX CITY | As part of a project to modernize directional signage in downtown Sioux City, the city and Downtown Partners will hold public meetings with wayfinding experts on Tuesday to gather input.
The public can attend meetings 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Sioux City Convention Center to speak with experts from Corbin Design, a Michigan-based group working with the city to analyze the directional signage system in downtown Sioux City.
The meetings will allow Corbin Design to gauge interest in design and function for both vehicles and pedestrians.
"Stemming from past reports that identify our need for an updated wayfinding system, we are proud to help move this project forward for our residents and visitors," Downtown Partners executive director Ragen Cote said in a news release. "We hope many people will participate and be involved in the process."