Outage Impacting City Parking and Directional Signage

December 27, 2021 3:49 PM

UPDATE AS OF TUESDAY, 12/28/2021, 5 P.M.

On Monday (12/27), we informed you of an outage affecting some wayfinding signage in the City of Santa Monica. We are pleased to report that the outage has been fully resolved, and many signs are now operational. However, please note that several signs remain inoperable, due to hardware and/or connectivity challenges that began prior to the outage. City staff continues to work to restore functionality to these signs.


We encourage you to use Santa Monica 311 to provide feedback or report issues with City wayfinding signs, or other non-emergency services.

NOTICE AS OF MONDAY, 12/27/2021, 3:45 P.M.


The City of Santa Monica is currently experiencing an outage that affects some wayfinding signage citywide. The City’s unified wayfinding system is designed to reduce traffic congestion, by assisting motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians with traveling into and around the City, and providing City parking availability and on-street directional information. We apologize for any inconvenience the outage may cause for our residents, visitors, and partners. We appreciate your patience as we work diligently to assess and resolve the outage, and we will provide an update when we have more information. 

Media Contact

Constance Farrell
Communications & Public Information Manager


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