Town logo, sig­nage, colour pal­ettes be­ing re­viewed

The Drumheller Mail - - NEWS - Kyle Smylie The Drumheller Mail sub­mit­ted

Drumheller may have a change in iden­tity as a com­mit­tee is work­ing with the town to re­vise Drumheller’s logo and to make down­town busi­nesses more uni­fied and ap­peal­ing.

Sum­mer Manca of the Eco­nomic De­vel­op­ment Ad­vi­sory Com­mit­tee spoke to coun­cil at their Oc­to­ber 15 meeting and said the com­mit­tee is look­ing at re­viv­ing the cur­rent town logo, cre­at­ing a colour scheme for busi­nesses, and to pos­si­bly in­tro­duce ‘blade signs’ to down­town busi­nesses.

Manca said the Royal Tyrrell Mu­seum has agreed to pro­vide input on the logo.

They are look­ing at ways down­town busi­nesses un­der­go­ing up­dates or changes to their ex­te­rior may be en­cour­aged to choose from one colour pal­lette for a more vis­ually ap­peal­ing look down­town. Im­proved sig­nage is also be­ing re­viewed, such as pro­vid­ing tem­plates for blade signs, which hang per­pen­dic­u­lar to store fronts. The com­mit­tee is look­ing at ty­ing the cost of sig­nage up­grades to the ex­ist­ing Store­front Im­prove­ment Grant in next year’s bud­get.

The Town of Drumheller logo may get a re­vi­sion.

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