Greenway Signage

Signage serves many purposes in the developing Greenway corridor - from assisting with wayfinding and sharing valuable information about places of interest, to building the Susquehanna Greenway identity.

For signs to be most effective, however, they need to have a consistent look and feel to them. The Visual Connections manual is intended as a guide for the design, installation, and maintenance of signage within the Susquehanna Greenway.

 

 

Explore our Sign Types:

Interpretive Panels
These signs share the special stories of local cultural and historical treasures. In partnership with local experts and historians, this information is brought to life for visitors and the community through informative text and engaging historical images. 

Columbia County Covered Bridges

Fowlersville Covered Bridge

Rupert Covered Bridge Sign

Twin Covered Bridges Sign

Danville's Iron Heritage Signs

Bridging the River Sign North Branch Canal Hard Coal Navy

 

 

 

 

Greenway Orientation Panel
This panel illustrates the geographic extent of the Greenway and the Susquehanna watershed. It helps readers to understand the importance of the Greenway, how it hleps to protect our natural and cultural resources, provides recreation and sustainable development opportunities, and how the Greenway can enhance to the quality of life in the connected Chesapeake Watershed.

Greenway Orientation Panel

 

 

 

 

River Town Panels
These signs are designed to highlight the unique cultural, historic, and recreational assets within river communities. They also share special stories and create awareness for the many land and water based assets within the Susquehanna Greenway corridor. These signs are designed to orient visitors and residents and provoke interest in nearby attractions.

Danville

Danville River Town Panel

Duncannon

Duncannon River Town Panel

Lewisburg

Lewisburg River Town Panel

Millersburg

Millersburg River Town Panel

Selinsgrove

Selinsgrove River Town Panel

Towanda

Towanda River Town Panel

Tunkhannock

Tunkhannock River Town Panel