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Scottsdale looks at allowing more, larger signs at developments

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Scottsdale City Hall. / File photo

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Scottsdale is looking at changing its sign ordinances to allow for larger and taller freestanding signs at developments along the Loop 101 freeway.

City staff has submitted preliminary plans to update the sign rules to potentially allow for more and larger signs at mixed-use developments along the freeway.

Scottsdale officials expect the process to potentially amend sign codes to take 5 to 7 months including two community meetings on the topic.

Scottsdale adjusted its sign ordinances in 2017 after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling related to sign rules in the town of Gilbert that applied to other municipalities.

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