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Posted on July 31, 2019

Planning for Sign Code Success - Connecticut

0719181133Take advantage of this opportunity to receive unique educational content from sign code experts during this  Planning for Sign Code SuccessTM workshop in Ledyard, CT.

Register using the form below!

• Learn about Best Practices regulating Historic Signs
• Understand the technologies and regulations involved with  electronic message centers
• Learn how to develop codes that encourage attractive signs in your community
• Help your community to have policies and processes which are inclusive and effective

 

Event Details:

Full Event Schedule 

PCSC Ledyard CT Registration Form
 
     Date: Friday, August 23, 2019
     Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm w/ Guided Tours Bonus
     Cost: $25 (Continental breakfast and lunch are included)
     Location: Foxwoods Resort & Casino
     CM Credits: 3.25 

 

 

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Questions? Contact ISA's James Carpentier at james.carpentier@signs.org or 480.773.3756.

Free resources

  • Night-time Brightness Level Recommendations for On-Premise Electronic Message Centers
  • Statistical Analysis of the Relationship Between On-Premise Digital Signage and Traffic Safety
  • Executive Summary: Digital Signage and Traffic Safety
  • Finding Common Ground: Answers to Common Questions about Electronic Message Centers (EMCs)
  • Differences between On-Premise and Off-Premise Signs
  • Video Examples of EMC Hold Times
  • Model Sign Code: A Framework for On-Premise Sign Regulations
  • An Evidence Based Model Sign Code
  • Signs and Federal Laws of Protection
  • Building Stronger Communities: Working Together to Create Reasonable Sign Codes
  • Urban Wayfinding Planning and Implementation Manual
  • Best Practices in Regulating Temporary Signs
  • The State of Sign Codes after Reed v. Town of Gilbert
  • The Economic Value of On-Premise Signage (1997, San Diego)
  • The Economic Value of On-Premise Signage (2012, Cincinnati)
  • Signs and the Downtown Experience
  • Executive Summary: The Economic Value of On-Premise Signage
  • Executive Summary: Signs and the Downtown Experience
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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  • 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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