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City completes 1st phase of greater Cheyenne Greenway Wayfinding Signage Plan

Courtesy of the City of Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – According to the City of Cheyenne, in December 2019, the Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2018-19 donated $16,752.00 to the Greater Cheyenne Greenway Foundation. Funds were generated from the annual Cheyenne Boo Ball with the objective to help beautify the community.

City of Cheyenne officials say they utilized these funds to install wayfinding signage in nine different priority locations along the greenway including sites such as Cahill Park, Norris Viaduct, and Lions Park.

“The new wayfinding signs provide a tremendous addition to the shared City/County greenway system,” the city said in a press release.

(Courtesy of the City of Cheyenne)

The city added that with over 39 miles of greenway safely connecting our community to parks, schools, and important destinations the implementation of wayfinding signs has become a priority with plans to install many more.

Individuals, service organizations, and businesses interested in sponsoring the next phase of signs should contact the Cheyenne Greenway Foundation at cheyennegreenwayfoundation@gmail.com for further information.


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