Paynes Prairie Visitors Center and SR A1A wayfinding signs
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Florida Scenic Highway Program. Since its launch in 1996, the Florida Scenic Highway Program has made a remarkable impact on the economy, tourism, environment, and quality of life in Florida. In this issue we feature two District Two scenic highway projects (A1A and Paynes Prairie) that are being delivered via the Local Agency Program (LAP).
The A1A Scenic & Historic Coastal Highway winds thorough Flagler and St. Johns County. The corridor received National Scenic Byway designation in 2002. The byway grew out of the consolidated efforts of three Florida Scenic Highways (A1A Ocean Shore Scenic Highway and A1A River and Sea Trail in Flagler County and Scenic and Historic Highway in St. Johns County). The District Local Programs Team in partnership with Debbie Miller, District Two Scenic Highway Coordinator is working with St. Johns and Flagler County to deliver a design–build way finding project along the corridor. Click the following link
http://www.scenica1a.org to learn more about the A1A Scenic & Historical Coastal Highway.
For more information on the 20th Anniversary campaign, visit the following website: http://floridascenichighways.com
You can join in the conversation by using the hashtag #FL Scenic.