Signs Express (Crawley) has been awarded the contract to replace the gateway signage for Crawley Borough Council.
Visitors to Crawley will soon be getting a bright new welcome when updated signs are installed at the entry points into the town.
The new signs will be erected alongside eight main roads leading into Crawley and feature Crawley Borough Council's updated logo, which was launched in 2007.
Councillor Nigel Boxall, Cabinet member for Community Engagement, said: "The old signs look very tired and a lot of them are damaged; they don't do the town any justice at all.
We wanted to give visitors a warm welcome and let everyone know what a green town we are by featuring our South and South East in Bloom award."
As well as giving visitors a good first impression, the signs also gave business to Manor Royal-based company Signs Express (Crawley) after it won the contract.
Signs Express (Crawley) owner Nigel Wood said: "We were delighted that the council chose us to update the old signage which welcomes visitors into the town."
Signs Express provides a full design, manufacture and sign fitting service for all kinds of signs and graphics including interior and exterior signs, vehicle graphics, banners, exhibition displays and labels and stickers. They complete a variety of work for businesses and service Crawley, East Grinstead and Horsham and surrounding areas.