Five interpretive signs highlight green stormwater infrastructure throughout Kitsap County. The signs were designed to be generic, rather than project-specific, allowing them to be reproduced at multiple projects. Stormwater features explained include rain gardens, bioswales, green street improvements, permeable paving, and stormwater ponds. These signs followed two project-specific interpretive signs created for the Public Works building, as well as an update of several signs at the Haselwood YMCA. Signs were created while at The Watershed Company.
A detailed illustration of a bioretention cell visually explains how they filter stormwater.
"The designs are very engaging, and will provide good information about stormwater facilities throughout Kitsap County." — Liz Satterthwaite, Kitsap County Public Works. Photo by Kitsap County Public Works.
Photographs of green stormwater street improvements key to a digital illustration of an idealized 'green street'.