As festival season approaches and tourists flock to the Western Slope for the summer, the city of Fruita is hoping to revamp their city logo taking a look at the final two designs during Tuesday night’s workshop.
Fox 4 and News Channel 5 got an inside look at both designs, and the two final logo options include a gear, which city officials say they felt was important to have because of the city being known for it’s farming and biking.
Both logo’s also include the Colorado National Monument.
The process started with 30 to 40 Western Colorado Community College students submitting nearly 90 designs to the city.
Now down to two options, officials say they’re ready for a change.
“I think it’s time. The old logo has been around for decades and it’s gotten a unique quality to it, but I think with modern times and trying to use things digitally is probably one of main reasons we looked at it,” Fruita city council member Joel Kincaid said.
The city says they don’t have a deadline set to select a logo, rather they just want to make sure they ultimately select the right one and would like to do it before elections.