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Information Regarding Temporary Signs on Private Residential Property

Temporary signs are permitted only on private property and must not be displayed for more than 30 days. The maximum height is 5 ft and the maximum area is 2 sq ft total. Signs in the yard that meet these size limits do not need permits. The number of signs is not limited in a residential zone. However the total sign area must not exceed 10 square feet. (Example: 3'x 3' sign = 9 square feet). A temporary sign must not exceed 5 feet in height (measured from ground to top edge of the sign) for a freestanding or wall sign. A temporary sign must be set back at least 5 feet from the property line. No illumination is allowed.

Online users who have additional questions and would like to be contacted by a departmental staff member may submit a request by clicking on the Create Service Request button below. Please complete all of the fields in the Contact Information section, provide the property address in the Service/Incident Address information section and provide a brief description of the request in the Brief Description field. A Zoning Specialist will research the request and call with the property information.

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Last Updated: 06/25/2019 09:07:34