The DENR Mts. Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape (MBSCPL) Laguna Side successfully installed 25 interpretative and directional signages in the municipalities of San Pablo, Rizal, Nagcarlan, Liliw, and Majayjay, Laguna. The layout of the signages is based on the BMB Technical Bulletin No. 2016-03: Standard and Climate-Resilient Design of Protected Area Information Center and Signs and Markers.

The interpretative signages feature various indigenous flora and fauna species such as Rafflesia (Rafflesia philippensis), Makaasim (Syzygium nitidum), Jade Vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys), Medinilla banahaensis, Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), Flame Breast Fruit Dove (Ptilinopus marchei), and Southern Luzon Cloud Rat (Phloeomys cumingi) that can be found in Mts. Banahaw-San Cristobal. This also contains the importance of conserving the protected area and wildlife without compromising the ability of future generations to survive.

Additionally, the directional signages pertain to guide people who are interested to visit the Protected Area Superintendent (PASu) Satellite Office, DENR Bunkhouse Station, Kilangin, and Taytay Falls which are known as tourist destination spots.

Other signages were also established to further inform the public about the prohibited activities under the Expanded National Integrated Protected Area Systems (ENIPAS) Act of 2018 (RA 11038, Section 20) and in addition to strengthening the awareness and protection upon entering the legislated protected area.