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Section H116 Temporary Signs

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H116.1 Materials
Temporary signs less than 500 square feet (46.5 m2) in display area may be constructed of combustible materials. Temporary sign structures, with display area greater than 100 square feet (9.3 m2), shall be constructed of rigid materials with rigid frames.
H116.2 Attachment
Temporary signs shall be securely attached to the sign structure.
H116.3 Duration
Temporary signs shall be removed no later than 30 days after erection or as soon as such sign is torn or damaged.
H116.4 Limitations
Temporary signs constructed of combustible materials shall not extend more than 12 inches (305 mm) over, or into, a street.

Exceptions:
  1. When permitted by the Department of Transportation, temporary signs of combustible materials may be suspended from buildings or poles to extend across streets.
  2. Temporary signs of combustible materials constructed without a frame may be attached flat against, or suspended from, the fascia of a canopy or marquee, provided that the lowest part of any such sign is at least 9 feet (2743 mm) above the ground or sidewalk level.

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