A well written tenant sign criteria is a set of guidelines that establish the types of signs that can be displayed by tenants in a commercial or retail space. The criteria should be clear and easy to understand, and should take into account both the needs of the tenants and the overall aesthetic and functionality of the space.

  1. Sign size and placement: The criteria should specify the maximum size and placement of signs, taking into account visibility and safety considerations.

  2. Type of signs: The criteria should specify the types of signs that are allowed, such as illuminated signs, non-illuminated signs, banners, A-frame signs, etc.

  3. Sign materials: The criteria should specify the materials that can be used for signs, such as vinyl, acrylic, metal, etc.

  4. Sign content: The criteria should specify the types of content that can be displayed on signs, such as business name, logo, hours of operation, etc.

  5. Sign maintenance: The criteria should specify the maintenance requirements for signs, such as regular cleaning and repairs.

  6. Sign Permit: The criteria should indicate whether a sign permit is necessary and the process and required documents to obtain the permit.

  7. Compliance with local laws and regulations: The criteria should ensure compliance with local laws and regulations regarding signs, such as zoning laws, building codes, and accessibility guidelines.

  8. Sign change: The criteria should specify the process and notification time for tenants to change their signs.

It is important for the landlord or property manager to communicate these guidelines clearly to the tenants and ensure that all signs are in compliance with the criteria. This can help ensure a cohesive and professional appearance for the property and make it more attractive to potential customers and tenants.