loftguy wrote:FangKC wrote:Does anyone know the signage ordinances downtown. Are they really strict? Or do the building owners not want signs hanging on the sides of their buildings?
I can't recall being in a downtown area that so lacked signage at street-level.
For many decades, signage in general and especially signage extending from the façade of a building into a right-of-way has been a hard row to hoe.
Ordinances, regulation, limitation, fees, submittals, reviews and rejection are all part of the norm. Basically you have to put aside a bankroll and then lawyer up in order to gain an encroachment ordinance in order to get a sign over the sidewalk.
Currently a bit more flexible, meaning they might consider it.
aknowledgeableperson wrote:Yes, there are some hoops to jump through but the intentions are not to hurt a business but to protect the public.
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