Special Purpose Signs
1) Locator Boards, Tenant Directories, Kiosks, and free-standing slab type directories are considered architectural features and must comply with the provisions of this Section and the development standards of the zone classification for the property. Building mounted sign boxes or slab type directories need only meet the provisions of this Section.
a) Signs are limited to 12 square feet per face.
b) Signs shall be designed as a component part of the building design or of the landscape architecture. Materials, details and colors must be compatible with an appropriate in terms of the overall design of the complex
2) Flagpoles, Banners and Flags. Banners and flags are permitted as follows:
a) The manner of suspension or support must be compatible with the architectural character of the buildings or the landscape theme.
b) No single flag or banner shall exceed 64 square feet nor shall the length exceed 15 feet.
c) Flag poles are not permitted to exceed 70 feet in height.
d) The copy or message on the flag/banner may be permitted under the provisions of subsection (g): Door and Window Tenant Identification Signs.
e) Banners suspended between buildings must be secured per State Uniform Building Code requirements and adequately secured against wind and gravity loads.
f) Flags and banners are to be permanent features of the project. No temporary flags or banners are permitted.
3) Special Event and Sale Signage: Special event and sale signage is intended to be temporary, mobile and of short duration.
a) The signs may be window mounted or painted for no more than 3 weeks prior to and during the event; thereafter, the sign must be removed within 3 working days.
b) These signs may be mounted on kiosks, slabs, or wall-mounted announcement boards.
c) Temporary free-standing signs created specifically to announce an event or a sale are limited to 8 square feet in area and may be double sided.
4) Public Facilities Identification and Directional Signs: Special signs for bathrooms. Wheelchair access, elevators,
telephones, etc. are limited to 2 square feet; providing, however, that nothing in this ordinance is to be construed to
contravene the dictates of Federal or State legislation with regard to signage for the handicapped.
5) Directional Signs for Access and Loading. These directional and instructional signs are limited to 4 square feet per sign and must be located so that those requiring the directions can easily find them.