Date last modified: June 30, 2014
The city does not allow any offsite signage except those related to an open house and then only during the hours of an open house. Large-scale events such as the Parade of Homes are considered open houses and temporary signs may be placed in the city boulevards to direct traffic to these homes. The signs must be removed when the event is over and must not be located in the city’s “ring route.”
Real estate signs
- Open house signs, which state that a particular house will be open for inspection by the public for a limited number of hours on a specific day, may be placed in the city boulevard area only during the open house hours. Signs may be placed within a six-block radius of the open house except as noted.
- Signs must be set back a minimum of five feet from the curb and may not be placed on any sidewalk.
- Open house and for sale signs may not be placed on the following described street rights-of- way, easements, roadway surface, sidewalks, medians and decorative surfaces and are hereby determined to be in violation of the sign regulations. Any sign so placed, according to Appendix A, is a nuisance and traffic hazard.
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