**Title:** 18 - Signs

**Chapter:** 10 - Computations

**Section:** 30 - Computation of area of multifaced signs

The sign area for a sign with more than one face shall be computed by adding together the greatest area of all sign faces visible from any one point. When two identical sign faces are placed back to back, so that both faces cannot be viewed from any point at the same time, and when such sign faces are part of the same sign structure and are not more than thirty-six inches apart at any given point, the sign area shall be computed by the measurement of one of the faces.

(Ord. 92-19 (part), 1992.)