LDC. Sec. 3-494: Unified Sign Plan
Signs are intended to be designed to complement rather than detract from the visual impact of a commercial development by utilizing design elements consistent with those employed in the structure’s architecture and by minimizing conflicts with on-site landscaping areas and vehicular use areas.
Requests for building permits for permanent on-premises signs must adhere to the unified signage plan, which will be kept on file in the city. Requests to permit a new sign, or to relocate, replace, or structurally alter an existing sign must be accompanied by a unified sign plan for the building or project the sign is accessory to. Existing permitted signs may remain in place; however, all future requests for permits, whether for a new sign, or relocation, alteration, or replacement of an existing sign, must adhere to the unified sign plan for the property.