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City Creates “Street Sign Citizens Task Force” Email Reporting System Share

Jan 16, 2024  |  Web Administrator

After two weeks in office, May­or Ronald Mor­rell, Jr. is fol­low­ing through with com­plet­ing one high pri­or­i­ty: street sign replacement. 

A Street Sign Cit­i­zens Task Force” email sys­tem has been cre­at­ed to stream­line the report­ing of illeg­i­ble or miss­ing signs. 

Cit­i­zens may now report a dam­aged or miss­ing sign to: streetsigns@​cityofmarion.​in.​gov.

Engi­neer­ing Direc­tor Mike Graft is the project man­ag­er. He explained, May­or Mor­rell aims to replace every street sign in the new black and white style we’ve ini­ti­at­ed, but right now we’re focus­ing on ones that are com­plete­ly fad­ed out or miss­ing. We are ask­ing for your help in locat­ing these signs, or areas of no signs, so that we may add them to our task list.”

Pre­vi­ous­ly, reports were com­ing through to var­i­ous depart­ments and indi­vid­u­als with the City. May­or Mor­rell saw it as a need to gen­er­ate a new, more effi­cient system.

May­or Mor­rell stat­ed, Today marks a sig­nif­i­cant stride towards a safer and more nav­i­ga­ble city. The launch of the Street Sign Task­force is a branch of our Clean City 2.0’ ini­tia­tive. Clear, well-main­tained sig­nage is the cor­ner­stone of a thriv­ing com­mu­ni­ty, ensur­ing that every turn is a step towards safe­ty and acces­si­bil­i­ty for all. Togeth­er, let us pave the way for a city where every street speaks with clar­i­ty and guides us towards a brighter future.”

May­or Mor­rell thanks every sin­gle cit­i­zen for their help thus far, and encour­ages the com­mu­ni­ty to con­tin­ue to work togeth­er toward mak­ing Mar­i­on a safer, clean­er, and more beau­ti­ful place to live.

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