Date last modified: June 27, 2014
Temporary real estate signs located on the premises of the structure or land advertised for sale or lease, shall not exceed 6 square feet of display surface and shall be no closer than 10 feet to a front property line. There shall be only one such sign per front property lot except for corner lots, which are considered as having two front property lots. These signs shall be removed from teh property within 10 days following the lease or closing of sale. These signs do not require a sign permit.
Temporary real estate signs located off the premises of the structure or land advertised for sale or lease, shall not exceed 32 square feet of display surface and shall be no closer than 20 feet from any front property line. If this sign is displayed on private residential property, the owner must give consent to having the sign displayed. This type of sign shall not be illuminated. This type of sign does require a permit
Temporary real estate signs announcing or promoting a new residential, commercial project, industrial project, or multifamily development, provided that each residential project contains at least 6 dwellings or lots must meet the following conditions:
- Sign shall not exceed 100 square feet of display surface.
- Sign shall be at least 130 feet from any pre-existing home.
- One such sign is permitted for each major thoroughfare the project abuts.
- The sign(s) are removed within 2 years unless an extension of teim is granted by the Town Board.
Temporary real estate signs located on the premises of a multiple dwelling unit advertised for sale, lease or rent, shall not exceed 16 square feet of display surface and only one ground or wall sign is allowed per building on front lots facing public streets. This type of sign does require a sign permit.
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