Images of proposed Solana Beach entry sign available for public review

Solana Beach residents are asked to give the city feedback on a proposed permanent artistic city entry and monument sign at the newly constructed Eden Gardens Pump Station, located on the corner of Valley Avenue and Highland Drive.

The public has until May 12 to submit feedback to the city. Contact Anita Edman at (858) 720-2454 or by email at aedman@cosb.org.

The sign has not yet been installed. The images here are photo illustrations showing how it would look.

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