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Shopping center signs shall comply with the following standards:
(a) General. A shopping center or business and professional office park shall display only one free- standing shopping center sign, as defined in Section 1280.03(b). If the shopping center has frontage on more than one dedicated right-of-way, one free-standing sign may be placed adjacent to each right-of-way, provided that such sign is at least 500 feet from other shopping center signs in the same shopping center.
(b) Contents. A shopping center or business and professional office park sign may include the name and logo for the shopping center and the logo for up to five shopping center tenants, notwithstanding the limitations of Section 1280.06(a). As used in this subsection, logo shall include only the distinctive, commonly recognized company signature, trademark or identifying symbol as used in company advertising, letterheads or other signage. Changeable copy portions of such signs shall be further regulated by Section 1280.10.
(c) Directory Signs. In addition to a free standing identification shopping center or business and professional office park sign(s), a shopping center or business and professional office park may display signs listing names of businesses or services in the shopping center or business and professional office park. Such signs shall be adjacent to major entrances to the site, shall be a minimum of 75 feet from a dedicated right-of-way and shall use a maximum letter size of six inches for the directory listings. Such signs shall be located within curbed, landscaped areas and shall be placed to allow drivers to safely pull off the access street to read the directory so as not to interfere with traffic movement on the site and shall be designed and located to be read only from within the site. Such signs shall not exceed six feet in height or 48 square feet in area.
(Ord. 2013-01. Passed 2-5-13.)