Potential Sign Ordinance Amendments

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Potential Sign Ordinance Amendments

  1. 1. Agenda Item # 7 Potential Sign Ordinance Amendments
  2. 2. Overview • Recent revisions to the sign ordinance • Summary of existing regulations and potential changes for: – Electronic Message Boards; and – Fuel Price Signs • Receive direction regarding pursuit of potential revisions.
  3. 3. Sign Ordinance Amendments Since 2009 2009: • Allowed temporary signs for Home Tour Events. • Added Projection and Light Pole signs section for Wolf Pen Creek District. 2010: Exempted Primary & Secondary Educational Facilities from sign regulations, though they must adhere to prohibitions. 2011: • Added Campus Wayfinding signage section. • Allowed Light Pole signs to count as Attached signs. • Reduced color restrictions for OV Corridor Overlay signs. • Updated Sign Visibility Standards. 2012: Allowed one Low Profile sign per building in Suburban Commercial zoning. 2014: Allowed Places of Worship in residential districts along freeways to have freestanding signs.
  4. 4. Electronic Message Boards • May be up to 30% of allowable sign area. • Message may not change more than once per 24-hour period. • Individuals at Hear Visitors earlier this year requested boards be able to change up to once per hour. Concept Plan
  5. 5. Fuel Price Signs • Additional sign for the purpose of fuel pricing. • Max of 16 square feet • May be added to area of a freestanding or attached sign. • Letter request to increase maximum to 20 square feet. Concept Plan
  6. 6. • Questions? • Receive direction from Council regarding pursuit of potential ordinance amendments.

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