The Greater DFW Sign Association recently formed a Political Action Committe (PAC) to assist local politicians in re-election campaigns that are sensitive to equitable and fair sign ordinances within their districts.
The GDFWSA PAC will provide scheduled reporting as required by the Texas Ethics Commission.
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The city will provide a maximum of up to $4,000 in reimbursement, but in order to receive compensation, the business must improve the look of the sign. The program is front-loading, meaning the earlier changes are made, the more reimbursement a business will receive, and city officials expect three to six businesses to take part in the program.
Irving Adopts New Code
Summary Chart Below
(Any non-comforming pylon sign will have to be removed when there is a change in ownership or new Certificate of Occupancy is required.)
GDFWSA response to new code: