In discussion, City Council said San Clemente they will take another look at its sign ordinance regarding signs larger than 64 square feet.
A request was brought forth during the council meeting regarding an amendment to the current ordinance. Council described the sign ordinance as a “quality of life” issue, which will appear on a future meeting agenda.
The code has been the same since 1984, according to city officials.
The discussion is to revolve around whether signs of this size will continue to be allowed or require a special permit.
Pole signs fall under a different restriction of 15 square feet.
The law, should it come to council, could take some time to construct. When the city published its agenda Tuesday for the next meeting scheduled on June 2, no item regarding the issue was placed for action or discussion.