Date last modified: June 27, 2014
Only one temporary real estate sign is permitted per property unless the property is a corner lot abutting a collector or arterial roadway, in which case a sign may be displayed along each roadway. Sign(s) shall be setback at least 3 feet from the edge of any roadway or back of curb and at least 2 feet from the edge of a sidewalk or trail, whichever is the greater. Signs shall not be erected between the pavement or curb and any sidewalk or trail.
- To preserve public safety, on any corner lot, no sign shall be erected which may cause danger to traffic by obscuring the view
- Offsite directional signs, other than for an open house, are prohibited.
- Offsite real estate directional sales signs for an open house are permissible only when associated with the sale or lease of individual single, double, and townhouse-style units, provided:
- The sign face area does not exceed 18″ x 24″ (3 sq. ft.);
- The sign height does not exceed 4 feet in height above the ground surface;
- Not more than one such sign may be located at any intersection, except two signs may be located at an intersection with a collector or arterial street. They may only be displayed from one hour before until one hour after the scheduled; and
- They are located at least 2 feet from the edge of any roadway or back of curb and at least 2 feet from the edge of a sidewalk or trail.
If you have any questions, please contact Rob Warwick, Associate Planner, 651.490.4681.
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