In a commercial zone, the principal wall sign may have 3 sq. ft. for every foot of store frontage, up to 100 sq. ft., whichever is less.
In a residential zone, the wall sign may not exceed 20 sq. ft. for a valid nonconforming or permitted nonresidential use.
First file an application for a permanent sign. While the application is being reviewed, you may put up a temporary sign which meets the requirements of Section 30-20(h)(1)*.
Note that a temporary sign must meet the dimensional requirements applicable to your permanent sign.
You may keep it up until 30 days after a decision has been made on the application for your permanent sign. However, if your permanent sign is denied, you must remove the temporary sign right away.
Your permit is good for up to 6 months. If not acted upon or extended, the permit becomes invalid. You may request extensions for good cause and for up to 6 months.
Yes. In a commercial zone, in addition to the principal wall sign, you may have a secondary sign which may have 1 sq. ft. for every foot of store frontage, up to 50 sq. ft., whichever is less.
No. Any sign above the roof plate is considered a "roof sign" and is prohibited.