By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent
The city of Scottsdale is making an effort to create an equitable sign ordinance supporting both big-box enterprise and mom-and-pop storefronts.
Scottsdale City Council Wednesday, July 5 approved Ordinance No. 4315 that emboldens changes to the city’s zoning code city officials say creates more user-friendly signage rules.
The latest changes to sign rules are focused on permanent signage regulations while in late May the local governing board approved zoning text amendments to its rules regulating temporary signs within city limits.