• freight wagons on the Santa Fe Trail

    Santa Fe

    National Historic Trail CO,KS,MO,NM,OK

Using the Web-based Sign Planning Tool

The NPS has developed a custom web-based tool for collaborating with partners on sign plans. It is designed to be easy to use, and requires only an internet connection to create, view, and edit your plan from your own computer. To begin, please contact the NPS to discuss your project and gain access to the tool. After your first conversation with NPS staff, this page provides step-by-step instructions on how to log in to the tool and begin placing your signs.

 

Steve Burns
Landscape Architect
National Park Service
National Trails Intermountain Region
P.O. Box 728
Santa Fe NM 87504
(505) 988-6737
(505) 986-5214 fax
e-mail us

 

Step-by-step instructions for using the sign planning tool have been removed due to changing technology (7/16/2013). The planning tool will be modified and reposted. Contact Steve Burns for assistance.

Web-based sign planning tool: Getting Started
Web-based sign planning tool: Working on Your Sign Plan

Did You Know?

A barbed wire fence and windmill are near the Point of Rocks formation on the Santa Fe National Historic Trail in New Mexico

In 1821, the eastern terminus of the historic Santa Fe Trail was Franklin, Missouri; by 1832, Independence, Missouri; and by 1845, at Westport Landing, now Kansas City, Missouri. Textiles and hardware were traded west; silver and mules were traded east.