The International Sign Association offered two educational sessions for planners at the National Planning Conference April 15-16. ISA's experts were also on hand exhibiting at the conference, offering complementary sign code assistance, research and best practices. This marks the fifth time in the last six years that ISA has presented educational sessions at this premier planning event.
Attendees experienced ISA's Planning for Sign Code Success™ event, which has trained hundreds of planners across the country since 2011. This fast-paced workshop will help planners better understand the latest ramifications of the Reed v. Town of Gilbert decision, and how communities have responded. The second session, Preservation of Historic Signs, explored the community benefits of preserving historic signs from California cities of Burbank and San Francisco.
The International Sign Association's advocacy team has worked with thousands of planners throughout the United States to understand more about the impact of signs and the benefits of reasonable sign codes.
As a member of Northwest Sign Council you also receive complementary access to ISA’s sign code expertise. For more information, visit www.signs.org/local.