Lawn signs and free-standing sign use.
Lawn signs are prohibited on all campuses. The change is due to the university’s expansion of digital messaging opportunities across all its campuses.
日本一本道a不卡免费A-frames, free-standing signs, and WindMaster signs are prohibited for use as directional signage, office or vendor identification, or unit marketing, on all ASU campuses. Event wayfinding signage must be pre-approved. Additional information is listed below.
日本一本道a不卡免费A-frames use are limited to special events only and are not to be used for a vendor or office identification. If you have a special event and need an A-frame, follow these steps:
ASU Facilities Development and Management at each campus will remove signage that does not conform to this new policy:
Please submit your event signage requests through . They will evaluate existing content and hardware and help you manage your event signs per the new policy.
Submit your request for building identification signs.
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All temporary exterior art displays or exhibits on any ASU campus must be approved. Please submit a request for temporary displays and exhibits.
日本一本道a不卡免费Click on the campus name for a review of approved banner locations:
If you have any questions regarding ASU signage guidelines, contact or call 480-965-6622.
日本一本道a不卡免费The Americans with Disabilities Act is the driving force behind changes in the way we design, manufacture, and install signs on the ASU campus. The ADA aids in the development, maintenance, and consistency of room numbers, sign design, and sign placement. Enacted by Congress on July 26, 1990, the ADA was designed to provide comprehensive civil rights to approximately 43 million people with disabilities and applies to all buildings altered or renovated after Jan. 26, 1992.
Consistent sign placement throughout the campus is critical, not merely for following ADA, but because visually impaired people may need to touch the sign to read it. Wheelchair users will need to be able to maneuver around the sign without obstructions.
Room numbers, restroom signs, and stair signs are used to designate permanent spaces on the ASU campus. At entrances to these permanent spaces, ADA mandates that wall-mounted signs must be installed in a manner that allows a person to approach within 3 inches of the sign without encountering any protruding objects or without standing within the swing of the door.
日本一本道a不卡免费Room identification signs must be installed in the federally-mandated location, which is the 18-inch area immediately adjacent to the knob side of the door, 62 inches from the top of the sign to the finished floor. If there is a window in this location, the sign will be installed on the window. This space adjacent to the door is designated for the safe, lawful access to signage only. Corkboards, vending machines, bookcases, light switches, may not be placed in this space.