roof sign

roof sign

A board, poster, lighting display, or the like, erected and maintained on or above the roof of a building, usually to advertise or impart information.
References in periodicals archive ?
Yassir Mahmood was waiting for passengers outside a Stourbridge nightclub after 4am on Sunday when two men took off his roof sign.
The flagship building is topped by a seven-metre-wide illuminated Mazda roof sign that can be seen by the 140,000 vehicles a day that use the Dartford Crossing.
A line from the shadow on the 8th-floor windows of the Loew's Building to the Astor Roof sign would point to the upper limb of the Sun being at azimuth 270[degrees] (exactly due west) and at an altitude of +22.
The Zoning Board also approved a roof sign for the new Clinton Savings Bank, but not without discussion.
Taxis in Denbighshire have a roof sign and yellow plates fitted to the rear and front bumpers.
Workers remove a roof sign from the Paradise Restaurant, in preparation for the arrival of Tropical Storm Gustav, in George Town, Grand Cayman Island
ALL taxis licensed by Berwick-upon-Tweed Borough Council will have to display a yellow and black roof sign from April 1.
The Police Zephyr (above) was fitted with the Zodiac 3-litre V6 engine, a special calibrated speedometer, a bell, alternating horns, roof beacon, roof sign, boot lid sign and mounting points for a radio hand set.
The change was prompted by concerns that the code would force owners of the Saugus Cafe to take down their roof sign.
His pounds 3,000 claim covers the cost of his car, roof sign, radio and lost earnings.
Choose one with a blue roof sign by day, as they are air-conditioned.
Saloon vehicles licensed as hackney carriages will normally have a roof sign saying 'taxi', or the word 'taxi' will appear somewhere on the vehicle.