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Window Signage
Overlay District
No suite or stand-alone building is allowed more than 50 square feet of signage. No single sign can be larger than 25 square feet. The maximum allowable window signage is based on a percentage of the total glass area of the suite or building facing the right of way or street.

From the image to the left, multiply the length and width of each individual window section and then add them together to determine the maximum allowable square footage.

For example, if the window panels from the large store front windows, transom, door window, and side light areas were combined, there is a total of 86 square feet of glass facing the right of way. 10%, or 8.6 square feet of this is available for signage without needing a permit.

Window signage is considered bonus in addition to the allowable 50 square feet of signage.

Remainder of the City
The maximum allowable window signage is based on a percentage of the total glass area of the suite or building facing the right of way, or street. From the image to the left, multiply the length and width of each individual window section and then add them together to determine the maximum allowable square footage.

For example, if the window panels from the large store front windows, transom, door window, and side light areas were combined, there is a total of 86 square feet of glass facing the right of way. 20%, or 17.2 square feet of this is available for signage without needing a permit.

Window signage is considered bonus in addition to the allowable 40 square feet of signage.