City of Fernandina Beach
August 2021



The City of Fernandina Beach, working with Fernandina Beach Main Street, is in the process of replacing more than 120 regulatory signs throughout the historic downtown. The new signage will provide consistency in design and complement the Victorian architecture and historic values of the community.

This project was in part financed by a grant from the Tourist Development Council.

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Doug Mowery
Doug Mowery (@guest_62033)
1 year ago

They can look pretty and “complement” the Victorian architecture but if they blend in too much they won’t be as effective as they should be. I see tourists all the time driving down the wrong way of a one way street. Hopefully that problem won’t get worse.

I look forward to seeing them but also hope they don’t diminish safety.

Perry Anthony
Perry Anthony (@guest_62035)
1 year ago

Unbelievable, under the current health watch, I think this is nothing but a WASTE of money.

Nancy Dickson
Nancy Dickson(@nancyjackathenshotmail-com)
1 year ago

Really? The city has so much money that we can afford to replace signs simply for cosmetic reasons? One wonders whose company is the recipient of this unnecessary largess.

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