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Also called Sandwich boards. A-boards are portable signs that are used to identify a store.
 
Also called Sandwich boards. A-boards are portable signs that are used to identify a store.

Latest revision as of 18:25, 12 April 2011

A-Boards for Equilibrium & Saint Cupcake stores

Also called Sandwich boards. A-boards are portable signs that are used to identify a store.

It is a type of freestanding store signage that is positioned on a sidewalk nearby. They fold flat with hinges on the top. When unfolded it resembles an 'A'. This form of signage is common in Portland urban areas where strict building codes keep stores from larger signs.

City Code Permit

Portable signs, as they are called by the city, require a Code 32 Permit.

Requirements are based on City Code Title 32 Base Zone Regulations from the he City of Portland, Oregon, Bureau of Development Services.

Links

Bureau of Development Permit Request Instructions

Chapter 32.32 Base Zone Regulations from the Office of the City Auditor