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Vinyl Banners Information Houston Texas

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The information provided below is general in nature and in part representative of the current banner and sign use restrictions for the municipality listed above. The information represents common concerns that one should consider when ordering vinyl banners or signs online.

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Sign and Banner Regulations for Houston Texas

 

Considerations When Ordering Vinyl Banners and Signs in Houston Texas:

The information below is culled from various sources and in part represents the laws of Houston Texas. It's purpose is to represent some of the common concerns one should consider when ordering banners online.

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Please visit the Houston Texas municipal code for actual sign and vinyl banner regulations Sign and Banner Regulations for Houston Texas

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Signs General.
The following regulations shall apply to all permitted signs.
A. banner Program.
1. Multitenant Buildings. A banner program for all multitenant buildings shall be required to ensure proper design of signage and adequate identification of building tenants. Such programs shall provide for consistency in the size, color and placement of signs within a property and shall be approved by the Design Review Committee.
a. When sixty (60) percent of the tenant wall signs have been changed to conform to the approved banner program of a multitenant building, the remaining tenant signs shall also be changed to conform to the approved banner program.
b. In order to aid the identification of a building or development, the identification of each building address is required and specified in Title 15 of the Houston Texas sign and banner code. Phone numbers may not be displayed upon a banner (or a building), in order to avoid confusion and minimize clutter.
c. banner backgrounds and lettering colors are to be designed with sufficient contrast so as to be readily legible.
2. New Planned Developments. Planned Communities, Planned Unit Developments and Specific Plans may propose vinyl banner criteria that differ from the limitations contained within this chapter, subject to review and approval by the Planning Commission. Approved banner programs shall be consistent with the intent of this chapter.
3. Major Commercial Centers. vinyl banner programs for commercial centers may include criteria that differ from the limitations contained in this chapter on sites which are located in the C-TR, C-R, C-2 or C-3 zones and are larger than twenty-five (25) acres. Such a proposal is subject to the review and approval of a conditional use permit by the Planning Commission who shall review the proposal based on the following criteria:
a. The applicant will prepare and submit a detailed proposal that includes architectural plans, a site plan and building elevations. The proposal will delineate and allocate display area for each tenant.
b. banner programs for such developments will specify construction and finish materials, fabrication methods, letter styles, proposed use of logos or other corporate icons, color and lighting for all signs.
c. Display area for wall signs shall be calculated based upon the length of building elevations according to the limits established by section D. of the Houston Texas sign in banner code. However, banner area may be redistributed among portions of building elevations as specified within the banner program, or permitted to increase to the following ratio:
i. Two square feet per lineal foot of tenant building frontage, for building elevations situated more than two hundred (200) feet from a property line or public street.
ii. Three square feet per lineal foot of tenant building frontage, for building elevations situated more than three hundred (300) feet from a property line or public street.
d. When installed on the same wall of a building which includes an entrance that is accessible to the public, blade signs, sculpted signs or three-dimensional wall signs may extend more than twelve (12) inches from the surface of a wall without being considered a projecting banner. The depth of projection for a wall banner will not be considered when calculating display area.

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