Design requirements for the park’s signage program included a mandate that signage could not block views through the park's relatively small space while also presenting a significant amount of bilingual content — wayfinding, rules and hours, donor recognition, and historical narrative and photography.
The elegant vertical forms were designed with a square window at varying heights for adults, children, and those in wheelchairs. These bright green totems were located and oriented so that the windows framed key views into and through the park. Side panels communicate directional information with park rules via symbols with minimal text. Faces present the history of the land and its key user groups and champions.