The proposed project would amend Title 23 (Sign Ordinance) of the San Jose Municipal Code to 1) allow free-standing billboard structures on freeway-facing non-City-owned sites, and consider. building-mounted programmable signage and signs displaying off-site commercial speech on central non-City owned sites within the Downtown Sign Intensification Zone and the North San Jose Development Policy Area, 2) explore signage on public right-of-way to allow off-premise commercial advertising along public amenities, street furniture, and transit facilities, and 3) evaluate illumination parameters for illuminated and programmable signs. Location: non-City owned sites as identified Citywide, within Downtown Sign Zone and North San Jose Development Policy Area.
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