A Master Sign Program
typically includes the following elements:

  • A site plan of the property, showing the location of all existing and proposed signs
  • A sign inventory, listing all existing signs on the property and their dimensions
  • A sign schedule, detailing the type, size, and location of all proposed signs
  • A sign code analysis, explaining how the proposed signs comply with the local sign code
  • Any necessary supporting documents, such as engineering calculations or architectural drawings

The sign types will depend on the local sign code of your City, within your state. The local code will specify the size, height, placement, and type of signs that are allowed for different types of properties and zoning districts. Common sign types include:

  • Monument signs
  • Pylon signs
  • Wall signs
  • Awning signs
  • Channel letter signs
  • Illuminated signs
  • Digital signs

It is important to check with the local government for the most current regulations as they may change over time, so please consult with the city planning department or contact Hi Octane Design to determine the specific sign code and regulations for your properties and to ensure that the signs are in compliance with all local laws and ordinances.