Street Signs Upgraded with High Reflectivity & Town Logo

Posted by April Reiling on Jan 27, 2015
Tags: Community, Government, Public Safety, Town News, TCFD, TCPD, Road Construction

The Street Services Department began upgrading street signs this week as part of the annual sign replacement program, as well as to bring older signs up to federal and state transportation code and increase sign visibility for drivers and emergency responders. The new street signs will be placed at intersections along major thoroughfares, including Trophy Club Drive, Indian Creek, Trophy Wood and Trophy Lake Drive. Trophy Club Drive signs will be upgraded from the roundabout east, since the ornamental signs north of the roundabout have already been upgraded. With 132 signs to replace, the project will take approximately two months to complete.

The new signs comply with federal and state regulations regarding lettering size and reflectivity. The new signs are High Intensity Prismatic (HIP) grade, which is one of the highest reflectivity available for street signs. The patriotic Town of Trophy Club logo was also incorporated in the new replacement signage.