How many signs are permitted for a multi-tenant building?

Tenants in a multi-tenant building are allowed a permanent wall sign advertising their place of business. Individual ground mounted entry signs are not allowed. In order to reduce the number of signs along the street, the City encourages property owners to group tenants onto a strategically placed sign. In addition, each multi-tenant complex must provide city and landlord approved guidelines for the tenants in order to provide a consistent visual appearance. Multi-tenant buildings may also display one six square foot sandwich board when the selling or rental agent is on site.

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1. Is a permit required for all permanent signs in the City? And is there a cost involved?
2. How do I get a sign permit?
3. Is there a height restriction on signs?
4. What are the rules for political signs?
5. Are businesses allowed to advertise with sandwich board signs?
6. What about real estate properties? Are they allowed to display sandwich board signs?
7. How many signs are permitted for a multi-tenant building?
8. How many signs may I display at my construction site? Do I need to remove my signs each night?
9. Does the City allow moving signs?
10. What other signs are prohibited?
11. What does the City do with illegal signs?