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SGIA Launches Sign Posts to Demystify Codes, Zoning Rules & Permitting

Friday, July 18, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

New resource will “provide practical information in plain language to to help sign producers and, ultimately, their customers”

Fairfax, Virginia - Sign Posts, a new SGIA.org resource launched last month, is the go-to guide for sign codes, zoning rules and permitting. “Sign codes can be so complex, and SGIA’s Sign Posts will provide practical information in plain language to to help sign producers and, ultimately, their customers,” said Rick Hartwig, the Association’s environmental health and safety specialist.

Understanding sign codes and the associated requirements for your market area helps you, and ultimately your customers avoid costly delays or the loss of revenue. With expert staff dedicated to navigating these regulations, and committed to delivering relevant information to you, SGIA supports the sign community:

  • Learn the different sign types and categories.
  • Discover the distinction between sign codes and permits.
  • Know how sign codes vary in major metropolitan areas.
  • Be the first to know when sign codes appear in the news.

With the introduction of Sign Posts, SGIA continues to work on your behalf — whether issues, challenges and triumphs arise on the federal, state, or local level. Check back often to see what may be happening in your area, and avoid unnecessary surprises.

Contact Marci Kinter with any questions.


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