Oklahoma Administrative Code
Title 120 - Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning Commission
Chapter 10 - Zoning Regulations for Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning District
Subchapter 15 - Sign Age Regulation
120:10-15-8 - Specialty Signage

Universal Citation: OK Admin Code 120:10-15-8

120:10-15-8. Specialty Signage

(a) Ground-mounted signage.

(1) For residential districts, the maximum width of all ground-mounted signs shall be 5 feet for each 25 feet of street frontage, and 1 foot for each additional 25 feet of street frontage, up to a maximum of 50 feet. No sign shall exceed 6 feet in height.

(2) For non-residential developments, the maximum height for all ground-mounted signs shall be 5 feet for each 25 feet of street frontage, and 1 foot for each additional 25 feet of street frontage, up to a maximum of 150 feet. The overall height of any ground-mounted sign shall not exceed 8 feet. Any variance from this requirement shall be approved in advance by the Commission.

(b) Pole-mounted signage.

(1) All pole-mounted directional and informational signs must be installed at a height visible to vehicular traffic, but must not obstruct vehicular movement or pedestrian routes.

(2) All pole-mounted signs must be installed in concrete or be bolted, anchored or secured to a concrete, cement, or other equally effective bonding material or surface.

(3) With the exception of historical markers and neighborhood identification signs, pole-mounted signage is prohibited in all residential zoning districts.

(4) All median pole-mounted signs shall be installed in the center of the median. The center is the centerline of the street or the centerline of the median, as measured from edge to edge.

(5) The maximum width of any median sign shall be no greater than 15 percent of the total width of the median or island in which it is located. The maximum overall height of any pole-mounted sign shall not exceed 12 feet.

Added at 23 Ok Reg 1642, eff 6-11-06; Amended at 25 Ok Reg 2143, eff 7-11-08

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