Examples of Incidental sign in a sentence
Incidental sign: A building or free-standing sign that indicates to the public, goods, facilities, or services available on the premises.
Incidental sign means a sign that identifies the street address, entrances and exits, safety precautions, identifying logos without text, and other such incidental information, and which sets forth no other advertisement intended to be read from the street.
Incidental sign shall mean an on-premise sign, emblem or decal mounted flush with the façade to which it is attached and not exceeding two (2) square feet in sign area informing the public of goods, facilities or services available on the premises (e.g., a credit card sign, ice machine sign, vending machine sign or a sign indicating hours of business) or an on-premise sign which is affixed to mechanical equipment used to dispense a product and which is less than two (2) square feet in sign area.
Incidental sign: A sign, generally directional or informational, that has a purpose secondary to the use of the lot on which it is located, such as "no parking," "entrance," "loading only," "office," “gymnasium,” and other similar directives.
Incidental sign means a small sign, emblem, or decal informing the public of goods, facilities, or services available on the premises (e.g. a credit card sign or a sign indicating hours of business), or identifying emergency telephone numbers, hours, and security information, generally located on a window or door.