New “Welcome to Arizona” highway signs show off the state’s natural beauty
PHOENIX – Travelers driving to Arizona will soon be greeted with bold new signs featuring stylized images of the state’s eye-catching natural landscapes.
“There is no better way to welcome visitors to our state than with the natural splendor of Arizona,” said Gov. Doug Ducey, who unveiled the signs on Wednesday with other officials of the ‘State, in a press release. Press release. “We can’t wait to see these beautiful signs on our highways. “
The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin replacing existing welcome signs, which are nearly 30 years old, early next year, the statement said.
The new signs come in six different designs, each featuring an iconic Arizona landscape: the Grand Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Sedona Red Rocks, Horseshoe Bend, San Francisco Peaks from Flagstaff, and the National Monument. of Organ Pipe Cactus.
– Doug Ducey (@dougducey) December 11, 2019
Each design says “Welcome to Arizona” at the top and “The Grand Canyon State” at the bottom in white letters.
More than 55 million people pass through Arizona each year, the statement said.
“From the Grand Canyon to Saguaro National Park, Arizona’s scenic beauty is unmatched,” Debbie Johnson, director of the Arizona Office of Tourism, said in the statement. “These new signs will help our state welcome visitors with open arms and showcase all we have to offer.”