Radford City Greek Sign Ordinances

RADFORD CITY ORDINANCES
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Sec. 120.1-64.  Additional requirements for Greek organizations/signs.

Greek organization sign is defined as any sign, flag or other object used to identify a Greek organization (fraternity, sorority, or club) are permitted under the following conditions:

Flag requirements:

(1)   Flags must be located in the UD University/Business District or Business District (generally five blocks surrounding the Radford University main campus).

(2)   Flags shall not exceed three-foot by five-foot in size.

(3)   Flag design and location must be approved by Radford University’s Office of Student Affairs and the zoning administrator.

(4)   A maximum of one flag per organization is permitted.

Display of Greek letters, banners, signs, etc, other than flags, are permitted only during special events under the following conditions:

(1)   Special events are limited to Radford University Homecoming, Rush, and Greek Week.

(2)   The location and type of displays must be approved by Radford University’s Office of Student Affairs and the zoning administrator.

(3)   Letters, signs, banners, decorations, etc, may be hung on Friday before the event and must be removed by Sunday evening following the event.

(Ord. No. 1553, 5-14-07)
Sec. 120.1-239.  Additional requirements for Radford University recognized student clubs and organization signs.

An organization sign  is any sign, flag, banner or other object used to identify a Radford University recognized student clubs or organization and are only permitted under the following conditions:

Flag requirements:

a.   Flags must be located in the UD University/Business District or Business district (generally five blocks east and west of the Radford University campus).

b.   Flags shall not exceed three-foot by five-foot in size.

c.   Flag design and location must be approved by Radford University’s Department of Student Activities and the zoning administrator.

d.   A maximum of one flag per organization is permitted.

Display of Radford University recognized student clubs or organizations letters, banners, signs, etc, other than flags, are permitted only during special events under the following conditions:

a.   Special events are limited to Radford University Homecoming, Rush, and Greek Week, and other events identified and agreed upon between the department of student activities and the zoning administrator.

b.   The location and type of displays must be approved by Radford University’s Department of Student Activities and the zoning administrator.

c.   Letters, signs, banners, decorations, etc, may be hung on Friday before the event and must be removed by Sunday evening following the event.

(Ord. No. 1553, 5-14-07)

 

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