New signs have been installed at the North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department.
Fire Chief Joe Leszek informed council members that the installation was complete during his report at last Monday’s town council meeting. He told members that he’s received a lot of positive feedback so far.
Leszek previously shared the project included the company redoing the signs on the front and the parking lot sides of the firehouse. He added that they also redid the street sign by converting it to LED lights and adding a base cover over the bottom to dress it up.
On the building itself, composite lettering was used to spell out the Department’s name and portion of the sign that features the Maltese Cross with their emblem is back lit on each side of the firehouse.
As a reminder, the signs were replaced by Premiere Signs for $9,181.88. The Department was able to pay $3,500 of that and then the town covered the remaining balance.
To take a look at the new signage, swing by the North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department located at 209 North Luken Street.