Lovettsville to Install New Welcome Sign

Visitors entering the Town of Lovettsville along Berlin Turnpike will soon be greeted with a more friendly, colorful welcome.

The Town Council on Dec. 20 voted to have a new town welcome sign created that reads “Welcome to the Town of Lovettsville” with “The German Settlement” on the bottom line and the town seal at the top. The new powder-coated aluminum sign will replace the existing plastic sign at the South Loudoun Street/Berlin Turnpike intersection on the south end of town and will be paid for using $1,000 from the $4,000 “Beautification/Signage/Welcome/Info” fund in the town’s fiscal year 2019 budget. Town Manager Rob Ritter said that he expects the sign to be installed by the end of February.

“We are excited as this sign will keep the historic feel and charm of Lovettsville while adding in our newer town seal,” said Mayor Nate Fontaine.

One thought on “Lovettsville to Install New Welcome Sign

  • 2019-01-02 at 10:04 am
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    Shouldn’t the sign also include the date it was settled?

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