Sidney Waterfront Signage Project
The Sidney Museum is working to revitalize the town’s waterfront signs, and we’d like to hear from you!
If you have recently walked along Sidney’s scenic waterfront, you may have noticed that some of the heritage panels showcasing the history of Sidney and the Saanich Peninsula are in need of repair! These signs were originally installed in 2009, with topics ranging from the James Island Explosives Plant to the history of sea routes between Vancouver Island and the Mainland.
The Sidney Museum has made plans to revitalize and redesign the existing waterfront heritage signage, as well as to add content that creates a more inclusive and diverse space along the accessible waterfront walk.
As part of our work, we want to hear from you! We’re interested in learning what the waterfront signs mean to you, and in understanding how you would like the history of Sidney and the Saanich Peninsula to be presented.
This feedback survey takes five minutes to complete, and will help us in our work to create beautiful and informative heritage panels that tell a more complete story of the region. We greatly appreciate your feedback!
This survey will be live from January – April 2023, so don’t wait! Let us know your thoughts today!
The Sidney Museum & Archives would like to acknowledge Heritage BC, the WSANEC Leadership Council, The Town of Sidney, and the Sidney Business Improvement Area Society, for their generous support in making this project possible.