Looking to upgrade your brand image with an eye-catching digital sign? Baltimore Signs and Graphics can help you cut through the sign code confusion and get great results on your project, on-time and under budget.
To that end, today’s post highlights 7 conditions that digital sign code owners must meet in order to avoid fines and comply with Baltimore County sign code.
Read on to learn how to avoid costly digital sign code blunders, or call (410)-877-6011 to speak directly with a digital sign professional in your city.
2021 was a breakout year for digital signs with changeable copy, as amendments to Baltimore’s zoning code greatly expanded their use. Notably, digital signs are now welcomed on canopies for institutions and historic theater buildings, whereas before they were restricted to use outside of these districts.
Despite these amendments, digital signs with changeable copy are still subject to certain restrictions, with which all business owners must comply. For example:
Digital signs must be properly lit and maintained, under threat of fine from the city.
To make your illuminated digital sign eye-catching without being an eyesore, make sure that:
When you work with our digital sign experts, you never have to worry about meeting sign code obligations.
We’ll keep your design compliant every step of the way, without forcing you to comb through endless pages of sign code documents or constrain your creativity. If you’ve already got a design in-hand, we will suggest any changes that may be needed to keep it adherent to local sign code, and we’ll recommend lighting and installation options that are pre-approved by the city. We can even help you secure a permit for the digital sign of your choice!
To go pro and eliminate the risks of digital sign code blunders, you can:
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