Ross County Wayfinding Project

The Ross-Chillicothe Convention & Visitors Bureau has taken the lead on implementing a comprehensive wayfinding program for Ross County. This project is part of preparing Ross County for the anticipated World Heritage designation of the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks. The Wayfinding Program includes signage that will welcome visitors into Ross County and provide visitors with directional signage to assist as they navigate to area attractions.

This project began with support from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) that was awarded to the Bureau through the Ross County Commissioners. These funds allowed the Bureau to contract with Corbin Designs to establish the design and comprehensive plan to ensure visitors to Ross County have the directional support to area attractions.

Learn more about the project through the Comprehensive Wayfinding Program for Ross County. This document provides a detail of the cost associated with the project, funding sources, and how Chillicothe and Ross County will benefit at the completion of the project.

Sample Designs

Proposed array of signage that would complete the Ross County Wayfinding Program.
A sample design of the graphics to welcome visitors along the pedestrian bridge across High Street/St. Rt. 104.
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