Gelberg Signs creates signs for government clients, as well as for other clients in a wide variety of industries. Here are a few examples of government clients that Gelberg Signs has worked with. If you would like to hear more about our experience in your specific industry, please contact us today.
County of Stafford, VA
Stafford County is located in northern Virginia. Founded in 1664, the county is known for being George Washington’s boyhood home.
City of Annapolis, MD
Annapolis is the capital of the state of Maryland, as well as the county seat of Anne Arundel County. Founded in 1649, the county is known for being the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use.
Town of Appomattox, VA
The town of Appomattox is located in the heart of Virginia in Appomattox County. Named for the Appomattox River, the town is known for being the site of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Union.
Cultural Tourism DC
Cultural Tourism DC initiated the DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails program to promote community pride and help visitors find their way around Washington’s historic neighborhoods. Gelberg Signs fabricated educational trail markers within the Downtown Heritage Trail, which runs throughout the District.
After more than 50 years since streetcars last serviced the streets of Washington, DC, the District Department of Transportation is bringing them back. Gelberg Signs created pylon signs for the new DC Streetcars.
District Department of Transportation (DDOT)
The District Department of Transportation is an agency of the government of the District of Columbia which manages and maintains publicly owned transportation infrastructure in the District of Columbia.
DC Department of Parks and Recreation
The District of Columbia Department of Parks and Recreation is an executive branch agency of the government of the D.C. providing quality urban recreation and leisure services for residents and visitors to the D.C.