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Per UDC Chapter 10, Section 10.3, Sub-section (5), by Permit, a Temporary Sign is allowed on private property. Only one Sign is allowed for a thirty (30) day period during any consecutive 4-month period. To request a Temporary Sign Permit, customers must submit, in person at City Hall or by email to the Code Compliance Officer the following:
The Temporary Sign Application and Universal Application must be approved before erecting your sign. Signs can only be placed on private property. Please refer to the UDC Chapter 10 for more details.
Please review the UDC Chapter 10 for more details.
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If you would like to file a complaint, please submit the complaint using the Citizen Problem Reporter
If you receive a Warning Notice or Final Notice for an Ordinance or Code violation, it means there is a compliance concern. All questions and inquiries need to be brought to the Code Compliance Officer Amber Little who can be reached at 210-698-0900 ext. 205 or by email.