After much planning, design and preparation, nine new wayfinding signs have been installed in the City’s Spring Creek Nature Area. Large signs located just inside the park’s two entry portals and two other key entry points feature a map of the 100-acre park and its trails, as well as park rules and regulations, and designate parking, picnic tables, restrooms and drinking fountains. Smaller signs, located at secondary entrances and trail intersections, feature a smaller version of the entry maps.

The signs feature Corten steel bases (meant to rust over time and provide a more earthy color tone) with the smaller signs featuring cutouts of animals commonly found in the DFW area (and that might be found in the park), including a bobcat, armadillo, racoon, great egret and a Swainson’s hawk.