City officials are about ready to get your opinion about new city signage that's coming to North Canton as part of .
The signage would essentially be a city identifier — maybe an archway or brick wall welcoming motorists and pedestrians to North Canton. The additions had been discussed at the Master Plan meetings that took place in July, September and November of last year.
Cerreta said city officials will look at several drawings, created by Dan Tullius of Tullius Art & Design, and narrow it down to three.
"At that point we'll get them out to a lot of organizations, we'll put them on Patch ... and get people's opinions on which is the best one for us," Cerreta said.
Cerreta had given the update about city signage at Monday night's North Canton City Council meeting and after prompted by Doug Lane, president of the . Lane spoke that night to update Council about the Master Plan and keep the community talking about the plan.
"I don't want anyone to think that we that we released the Master Plan to the city and the Chamber and all of our partners and just walked away from it," Lane said. "There are things going on right now."
North Canton Rotary Club is in phase one of , another piece of the Master Plan, Lane added.
"The Rotary's looking at designs and determining what can be done within budget," he said.
Stay tuned for more Master Plan news from North Canton Patch, including a more in-depth update about the Bitzer Park amphitheater.
Looking for the city's Master Plan in full? You can find it on the North Canton Master Plan website.