The Ocean Shores Parks Board has unveiled a new parks sign prototype that is up at North Bay Park.
The sign is similar to ones that the board would like to put up in Chinook Park on Duck Lake, Emerson Park on Bass Avenue, and the downtown Skate Park.
“Park volunteers will design and procure the sighs and the frame materials. They will build the signs off-site, and install the signs in the frames,” said City Council member Susan Conniry, the liaison on the council for parks. “Public works employees will pick the signs up and deliver them to the park.”
The sign posts will then be embedded in concrete, and the volunteers will complete the project with landscaping.
“The city will not pay for the sign frames or the landscaping, which is to be funded by the Parks Foundation, using charitable donations,” Conniry said.