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
120:10-15-9 - Temporary Signage

Universal Citation: OK Admin Code 120:10-15-9

120:10-15-9. Temporary Signage

(a) The term temporary signage shall include signage advertising short-term or special events. Temporary signs shall be subject to the same standards as permanent signage including but not limited to size, height, setback, and location. All short-term or special event signage shall be removed no later than 10 days after the conclusion of the advertised event.

(b) Temporary signage may be installed or displayed only upon the express written approval of the Commission and in accordance with terms established for such display in order to insure the protection of public safety, prevent interference with traffic lights and control devices, and protect adjacent uses of land. Applications and plans for permission to install temporary signs shall be made to the Commission not less than 30 days prior to the date installation is planned. The written authorization for temporary signs shall be for a length of time specified by the Commission and the sign shall be removed by the owner on or before the expiration date of the permit.

(c) All banner signs, real estate signs and construction signs, as defined in this Subchapter, are temporary in nature.

(d) All real estate signs shall be removed upon the sale of the property and all construction signs shall be removed within 10 days after the substantial completion of the improvement.

(e) One construction sign per street frontage is permitted. Advertising on construction trailers counts as one construction sign.

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

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