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Posted on: August 1, 2018

City Entry Makeovers

City Entryway Monument Sign

Work is set to start early September on two public works projects that will better define and improve the appearance of north and west entry points into the city.

The areas of Diamond Bar Boulevard at Temple Avenue, and Golden Springs Drive at Calbourne Drive, will get new entry monument signs as well as decorative and landscape enhancements that will complement and continue the city streetscape design theme that started with the Grand Avenue Beautification Project at the intersections of Diamond Bar Boulevard and Longview Drive.

Created in 2015, the city streetscape design theme incorporates hills, windmills and diamond shapes–symbols that have long been linked to Diamond Bar–as well as other elements and materials that pay homage to the area’s ranch heritage such as the wooden rails, weathering steel panels, canyon clay angular rocks, and accent boulders.

The cost to complete both of these projects is approximately $500,000 and will be paid for using general fund dollars; completion is expected in late October.

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