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By Will Fritz
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A guide to the region's many, many street sign designs

 

Last updated 8/10/2018 at 11:35am

Will Fritz

Street signs in some Temecula neighborhoods, such as this one on Del Mar Court, date back to when the area was under the county's jurisdiction before incorporation in 1989.

Navigating the roads of southwest Riverside County, an observant driver may notice it seems like each jurisdiction has its own special design for street signs. Some are blue, some are green and some are even brown. Some are simple and unadorned, and some have intricate logos. Ever wondered what all of the different designs mean? Probably not. But just in case, here's some information.

Much of unincorporated Riverside County uses large, green street signs at signalized intersections – referred to as "Type A" signs, according to Traffic Operations Supervisor Jack Cummings. The signs have a...



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