Neighborhood Sign Permit
A permit is required to place a permanent neighborhood sign on a neutral ground. The sign design must be submitted to the City Planning Commission Design Review Committee. The neighborhood representative must submit scalable plans and elevations for the sign and the proposed site. The plans must include footing information. A memorandum of understanding between the applicant and the Dept. of Parks and Parkways for maintenance must be executed.
Parks & Parkways, City Planning Commission, Public Works
Last updated: 6/7/2016 11:29:34 AM
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