Sturgis Public Safety to get new signage

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This sign outside the Sturgis police and fire department will be replaced in the coming months with a new sign, reflecting the rebranding and renaming at  Sturgis Department of Public Safety.
This sign outside the Sturgis police and fire department will be replaced in the coming months with a new sign, reflecting the rebranding and renaming at Sturgis Department of Public Safety.

A new sign soon will be placed in front of Sturgis Department of Public Safety.

On Dec. 21, Sturgis Planning Commission approved a request for the sign, a reflection of the rebranding of the police and fire station to the department of public safety.

The city's design review committee met Nov. 22 to review proposed signage for the station, at 122 N. Nottawa St. The committee meeting was required due to the sign being internally lit.

The sign, to be illuminated with Halo LED lighting, was examined as part of the sign requirements through the city ordinance. Accessory signs to public parks and public facilities in any district must be approved by the planning commission.

The existing sign, which faces north and south, will be removed and the new sign, constructed of colored and brushed aluminum and adorned with the public safety department shield logo, will face the street.

The new sign will be installed in the coming months, weather permitting.

This article originally appeared on Sturgis Journal: News

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