Example of a temporary ground sign.
Permanent - Wall or Freestanding Signs
A permit is required prior to the installation of a new sign and/or updating of an existing sign. New freestanding signs require review by the Planning Commission.
Temporary & Portable Ground Signs
Temporary and portable ground signs (commemorating a special event, business anniversary, grand opening, and other promotions) require a Temporary Sign Permit prior to placement.
Sandwich Board Signs
Sandwich board signs are allowed without a permit, provided these guidelines are met:
- Only one sign per establishment per street frontage.
- Sign shall be located immediately in front of the establishment advertised.
- Size: No more than 4 feet high; each face shall not exceed 6 square feet; and base of the sign shall not exceed 2 ft by 2 ft.
- Only allowed during the operating hours of the establishment.
- Shall be located perpendicular to and abutting the back of the curb.
- Shall not be located closer than 10 feet from any street or alley corner.
- Clear space on the sidewalk shall be maintained for pedestrians.
- Signs must be securely anchored.
- Sign Permit Application
- Temporary Sign Permit Application
- Sign Ordinance (Chapter VII - Signs)