Vital Signs: For planners and local officials who draft, debate and enforce sign ordinances

SRF Presents: Signs of Equity (Webinar)

Did you know that local sign ordinances can advance or deter the idea of social equity in your community? For example, in Brooklyn, NY, "Old School" large lettering and repetition generates a sense...

Clallam County, WA Requests Guidance on Electronic Message Centers

The Planning Commission in Clallam County, Washington recently invited ISA's James Carpentier to talk about how to effectively regulate digital signs.

Glossary of Signage Terms

How does your community define what a “Sign” is? Or the hundreds of other important terms that come into play when it comes to regulating signs? A good sign ordinance includes definitions that are...

Want to Learn About Sign Codes?

Since 2011, nearly 8,000 planners and local officials have received training on developing effective and enforceable sign regulations from ISA’s on-staff experts. Eligible planners earned CM credits...

On-Premises Signage U.S. Supreme Court Decision Announced

Today in the Austin v. Reagan decision, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that the traditional regulatory distinction between on-premises signs and off-premises signs (billboards)...

ISA Planning for Sign Code SuccessTM
David Hickey, VP Advocacy

David Hickey
VP, Advocacy
david.hickey@signs.org

James Carpentier, AICP

James Carpentier, AICP
Director, State & Local Goverment
james.carpentier@signs.org

Kenny Peskin

Kenny Peskin
Director, Industry Programs
kenny.peskin@signs.org | @signcodeguy

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Sign Code Assistance, Education and Training

Is your community considering revising its sign code? Or are you looking for education and training for an upcoming APA meeting?

Contact signhelp@signs.org to receive expert and complimentary sign code assistance:

  • Research on sign-related issues
  • Sign code education and training 
  • Planning, legal and technical sign code resources and advice

The International Sign Association (ISA) has helped hundreds of cities across the country develop modern, effective and enforceable sign codes.

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