The first phase of the downtown wayfinding system for the City of Cincinnati was installed in 2008. By 2015, only 45% of the entire system had been installed. The installed portion of the system included signs within the Central Business District, but did not direct from the highways to areas of interest. Between 2015–2017, I audited the system, and installed the remaining 55% of the system. As part of this process, I worked alongside Traffic Engineering and the Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS) teams to build a database that inventories all existing signage within the City of Cincinnati. The goal of the database is to create a management tool that tracks the sign content, functionality, condition, and construction for future repairs and systems implementation.