title 5 - SIGNAGE

 

5.A       GENERAL PLAN STANDARDS

 

For preparation of any Sign related plans, the Applicant shall refer to Title 2, Plans for format and other drafting standards and provide a Location Key showing location of the signs.

 

5.A.1    Building Mounted - Wall Sign Standards

The following Table(s) shall be used as a template and shown on either the Master Sign Plan, Alternative Sign Plan, Site Plan or Regulating Plan, whichever is applicable to demonstrate how the project is in compliance with Article 8, Signage.  On each Table, Columns 1 and 2 reference the Code section and requirements, and Column 4 lists the related dimensional requirements.  Column 3 is for the Sign ID - alpha-numerical keys to assist the Applicant and Staff in efficiently identifying where on the sign elevations the requirements have been met.

 

Example: The Applicant should first identify the Sign Area (Numbered 1 in the ID Column) and then the proposed dimensions and create a callout to label the elevation. 

Wall Signs in U/S Tier

(Example illustrated in red)

U/S Tier

ULDC Requirements per Table 8.G.1.A – Wall Sign Standards

Sign ID

Proposed Sign Dimensions, Separation between signs

 

 

 

Front

(East)

Side

Side

Rear

Maximum Sign Area (per linear ft. of the wall to which the sign is attached).

1.0 sq. ft. along any one side of the building

W1

50

 

 

 

 

0.5 sq. ft. along any of the remaining sides of the building or 0.25 sq. ft. for walls adjacent to a residential zoning district or use

 

 

 

 

 

Minimum wall sign per tenant space

24 square feet

 

 

 

 

 

Minimum Horizontal and Vertical Separation between Signs

3 ft.

 

 

 

 

 

Maximum Projection from Surface of Building

24 in.

 

 

 

 

 

Minimum Vertical Separation Between Sign and Roof Line

6 in.

 

 

 

 

 

Minimum Horizontal Separation Between Sign and Roof Line

6 in.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

EXAMPLE OF WALL SIGN ON BUILDING ELEVATION

East Elevation of Building showing two signs displayed

 

5.A.2    Ground Mounted – Freestanding Signs

The following Table(s) shall be used as a template and shown on either the Master Sign Plan, Alternative Sign Plan, Site Plan or Regulating Plan, whichever is applicable to demonstrate how the project is in compliance with Article 8, Signage.  On each Table, Column 1 references the Code section and requirements, and the remaining Columns list the related required and proposed dimensional requirements.  

§  See example below:

 


 

 

Freestanding Signs in U/S Tier (Example)

Street Name/Length of frontage

Max. No. per Project Frontage

Max. Sign Area (1.0 sq. ft. per lineal ft. of frontage) and Max. Individual Sign Area

Max. Sign Height  (4)

Min. Setback

Min. Separation

 

Allowed

Proposed

Allowed

Proposed

 

Allowed

Proposed

 

Allowed

Proposed

 

Allowed

Proposed

 

Freestanding Signs

 

Okeechobee Blvd

1,200 lin. ft.

3

2

600 sq. ft.

350 sq. ft.

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sign A

-

-

-

200 sq. ft.

15’

12’

5’

7.5’

-

-

Sign B

-

-

-

150 sq. ft.

15’

8’

5’

7’

-

-

Haverhill Rd

600 lin. ft.

2

1

-

-

-

 

-

-

-

-

Sign C

-

-

-

200 sq. ft.

15’

8’

-

-

-

-

Freestanding Outparcel Identification Signs

Okeechobee Blvd

Sign D

1

1

20 sq. ft.

18 sq. ft.

6 ft.

6 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

30 ft.

NA

Haverhill Rd

Sign E

1

1

20 sq. ft.

18.5 sq. ft.

6 ft.

4 ft.

5 ft.

6 ft.

30 ft.

NA

 

5.A.3 Sign Plan

For Ground Mounted signs (freestanding, outparcel identification, entrance, flags, flagpoles, on-site directional, project identification, off-site directional, etc.), each proposed sign must be graphically shown on a Sign related Plan (Sign Plan or Alternative Sign Plan). If more than one sign is proposed for the subject property, identify each sign with a reference "letter", e.g. Sign A, Sign B, Sign C, etc.

 

For Wall Signs, an elevation of the building shall be provided with the wall sign(s) fully dimensioned with ID Key callouts consistent the Wall Sign Table.


 

 

 

 

EXAMPLE OF DIMENSIONING WALL SIGN

Detail of Signage