Town logo, signage, colour palettes being reviewed
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.