You must apply for these permits online through MyBuildingPermit.com. We will not accept paper applications or plans.
|Sign||MyBuildingPermit.com Application Selection|
|A-Frame||Sign > Nonresidential > Temporary Sign > Portable|
|Banner / Wall||Sign > Nonresidential > Temporary Sign > Wall or Building|
|Construction Sign||Sign > Nonresidential > Temporary Sign > Construction|
|Grand Opening||Sign > Nonresidential > Temporary Sign > Grand Opening|
|Real Estate Sign||Sign > Nonresidential > Temporary Sign > Real Estate|
|Political Sign||Sign > Single Family Residential > Temporary Sign > Political Sign|
These forms contain information regarding temporary signs, but are not submitted when applying on MyBuildingPermit.com
- A-Frame Application Form (PDF)
- A special-use application, insurance and additional fee may be required if your sign in Olde Town. Please contact the Permit Center.
- Grand Opening Events Sign Form (PDF)
- Banner/Wall Sign Application Form (PDF)
- Construction Sign Application Form (PDF)
- Real Estate Sign Application Form (PDF)
- Political Signs - Do I Need a Permit? (PDF)
- Political Sign Form (PDF)
Temporary Window Signs
A temporary window sign is any sign of a temporary nature displayed within a commercial building on the inside of the glass or in close proximity to the window and intended to be viewed by persons outside of the building.
Temporary window signs do not require a permit when the following conditions are met:
- Temporary indoor window signs include advertisements for services or products in the form of decals, emblems, paint, exposed neon, banners, etc.
- Temporary indoor window signs are limited to 30 days.
- Signs shall not exceed 25 percent of the total of all window area, and no portion of such sign shall be more than 20 feet above finished grade. Temporary window signs may not be used in windows on more than two sides of a business location.
- Businesses are encouraged to group signage for maximum window exposure.
- Window signs such as open / closed, store hours, address, etc., shall be exempt from the 30-day and 25 percent-area limitations.