For temporary signage to be placed in city-owned right-of-way (between side walk and property line) advertising special events occurring within teh city, the following standards shall be followed:
. The maximum sign copy shall be 32 square feet.
A map must be submitted for approval showing the intended locations of the signs. No off-premesis signs are allowed on private property. Temporary right-of-way signs may not be located in the park strip (between the street and the sidewalk), but may be located between the sidewalk and a property line or fence. Signs may not be placed on utility poles, light poles, fences, or trees.
The maximum number of continuous days in which the signs can be displayed shall be 10 consecutive days. An extension may be possible with the original application.
The applicant is solely responsible to remove the signs by the appropriate date.
Definition of Special Events.
Special events include business grand openings, fundraiser events, private concerts, parade of homes, and other events as determine dby the planning director. This does not include small, private events like yard sales, garage sales, moving sales, or lost pet signs, nor does it include business sales.
If your information is not submitted in the following forms, your signs may be removed.
No signs are allowed on power poles, lamp posts, fences, trees, grass/decorative rock strip medians between traffic lanes or between the curb and sidewalks.