Temporary Sign Permit

  1. Step 1 - Review and Prepare
  2. Step 2 - Create an Account
  3. Step 3 - Apply
  4. Step 4 - Review and Payment

Review and Prepare

Review

Please review the following information.

  • All temporary signs must be maintained and shall be removed if material shows signs of wear such as fraying, fading, chipping or other physical damage.
  • Each site is allowed one feather style sign (maximum height of 18 feet and width of 3.5 feet) or banner sign with a maximum area of 32 square feet without a permit. 
  • New establishments may install temporary banner signs in the location of lawfully existing signs, not to exceed the size of the existing signs. These interim banner signs are permitted for 60 days or until permanent signs are erected, whichever is less.
  • Each site is allowed 8 weeks of temporary signage, in excess of the allowances above, per year. New businesses are allowed an additional 2 weeks. In a multi-tenant space, all tenants will share the 8 weeks.
  • Cost is $50 per 2 week period. Churches, schools and civic organizations are exempt from fees, but still need to obtain a permit and adhere to the allowable 8 weeks.
  • Only on-site signage is allowed. 
  • Roof top signs are not permitted

No signs can be placed in the right-of-way.

Prepare

The following information and documents are needed for upload during the online application process. Please note, documents need to be in a PDF format (other accepted formats are DOC, DOCX, JPEG, and PNG).

  • Start Date and End Date for Proposed Temporary Sign
  • Letter of Authorization
    (from property owner)
  • Temporary Sign Permit Application Fee - $50/two week period
    (due at time of application submittal)
  • Sign Contractor License (sign contractors require a license)



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