Point Loma reveals renderings of its new gateway sign

The instillation will welcome visitors at the intersection of Lytton and Rosecrans streets.

A rendering of the new gateway sign in Point Loma

A new way to be welcomed to Point Loma.

Rendering via Point Loma Association

Point Loma is glowing with local pride: The Point Loma Association revealed renderings of a new gateway sign that will be the community’s next big “Peninsula project.”

The community marker will be installed at Point Loma’s northeast entrance, planted in a median where Lytton and Rosecrans streets meet. It will include lighting so it can illuminate the area at night.

The Point Loma sign illuminated at night

A glowing way to enter Point Loma.

Rendering via Point Loma Association

The nonprofit has not yet released a timeline for the project’s completion, but it is part of a continued effort to brand and beautify the area.

In 2016, a neighborhood sign was installed on North Harbor Drive at the entryway into Point Loma from the San Diego International Airport, and in 2020 lights were installed as part of the Village Anchor Light project along two blocks of Rosecrans Street.