How is the height of a sign determined?

The height of a sign is the vertical distance measured from the adjacent street grade or upper surface of the nearest street curb, but not an elevated roadway, to the highest point of the sign (20.100 Sign Height).

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1. When is a sign permit required?
2. Where can I see the status of my sign permit?
3. When do signs require electrical permits?
4. Outdoor lighting of signs and electrical permits
5. When is a building permit required for my sign?
6. How is the height of a sign determined?
7. When is an engineering review required for my sign?
8. What is a Visibility Obstruction Triangle and how does it affect my sign?
9. What clearances affect my signs?
10. What are the application requirements for a sign permit?
11. What are the required documents for a sign permit?
12. What is a frontage and how does it affect my sign?
13. When and where are political signs allowed?
14. What is Fire Premise Identification?
15. How is Street Addressing handled under Missoula Municpal Code?