Sign Height means the vertical distance measured from natural grade at the base of the sign to the highest point of such sign.
Sign Height means the distance from the average grade of the land beneath the sign to the top of the sign.
Examples of Sign Height in a sentence
The maximum SIGN HEIGHT of COMMERCIAL MOBILE SIGNS shall be 2.3m.
In all ZONES other than a Residential ZONE, the maximum SIGN AREA of any REAL ESTATE POINT OF SALE SIGN shall be 6.0m2 and the maximum SIGN HEIGHT shall be 4m.
The maximum SIGN HEIGHT for any SUBDIVISION OR CONDOMINIUM SIGN shall be 10m.
No GROUND SIGN shall exceed 3.6m in SIGN HEIGHT unless otherwise specified.
The maximum SIGN HEIGHT of any CONGRATULATORY SIGN shall be 2.3m.
More Definitions of Sign Height
Sign Height means the vertical distance from grade to the highest point of a freestanding sign or any vertical projection thereof, including its supporting columns. Grade shall be determined by taking the average elevation at finished grade for the midpoints of the four sides of the smallest rectangle that will enclose all area which is within a five-foot horizontal radius of the sign and its supporting structure.
Sign Height means the vertical distance measured from the adjacent grade at the base of the sign to the highest point of the sign structure; provided, however, that the grade of the ground may not be built up in order to allow the sign to be higher.
Sign Height means the vertical distance from the base of the sign at finished grade to the top of the highest attached component of the sign.
Sign Height means the vertical height of a sign from the finished grade to the top of the sign including any frame, border or ornamental feature; and