The City of Key West will be holding a workshop to discuss a new welcome sign at the entrance to the island.
On Tuesday, July 12th at 10 a.m., architect Keith Oropeza will lead a discussion regarding the sign. The redesign is part of a larger effort to enhance the “Triangle,” where South and North Roosevelt Blvds meet up with U.S. 1.
The current sign was donated to the City about 15 years ago by the three Key West Rotary clubs. It has a storied past, as it was stolen in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in 2017. It was discovered a few months later in Fort Myers Beach and returned to Key West on a ferry.
The City invites input and comments on the signage. The meeting will be held in the Commission Chamber of City Hall.
Citizens may also participate via Zoom by telephoning 301-715-8592,
Meeting ID: 814 5520 4787 Passcode: 897786 or online at:
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