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New Entrance Sign For ONP
May 18th, 2017 - 10:00 am
Port Angeles – A new entrance sign will soon be up for the Olympic National Park.
The entrance sign was designed by the park’s Landscape Architect Jack Galloway and welcomes visitors in two languages, English and Klallam.
Park spokesperson, Penny Wagner, spoke with us about what the park wants the installation of this new sign to accomplish.
The sign will cost $81,850. The contractor is HCS, Inc. out of Chehalis, Washington.
This improvement project is part of a larger plan which installed signs on the North and South Shore Roads of Lake Quinault and also at Rialto Beach. A new entrance sign will also be installed at Lake Crescent next year. These projects are funded by park entrance fee revenue.
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