(Cleveland)- The Cleveland City Council has given unanimous approval to a new set of sign regulations for the city. The regulations vary according to three districts, centered around the downtown square area. The new regs define the size, height and different type of design as well as the number of signs allowed.
The approval was given Monday night during a called meeting and following some updating of the regulations concerning billboards. The council decided to take a closer look at billboards following a recent request for five digital billboards to be placed in the city.
The council said they received very little input or concern from the public about the new regulations.
Councilman Rush Mauney said this is a working document and can change.