A sign is any structure, device, light, or fixture intended to be seen and used to identify, advertise or attract attention to any person, object, product, event, place, organization, institution, development, business, group, profession, enterprise or industry and is intended to be seen from on or off the site where the sign is located.

Below is a list of steps required to construct a sign.

Step 1: Establish Requirements

Depending on the scope of your project, you will require a variety of permits.

Step 2: Apply for Required Permits

Below are the steps to apply for the required permits. To minimize wait time, we suggest you apply for all permits at the same time.

Step 3: Receive Permits

Below is a list of approximate timelines based on the type of permit. The timeline begins once a complete application package is received.

Type of PermitProcessing TimeNotes
Development PermitUsually within 10 days by emailVariances and discretionary use may extend the processing time
Subtrade PermitsTwo business days by emailCannot be issued before a building permit (if required)

Step 4: Start Construction

You may begin construction once you have received all required permits. Below is the contact information you may need for groundwork and utilities.

Locating utility lines prior to disturbing the ground is the owner's responsibility.

Step 5: Inspections

Below you will find details on what inspections are required and how to make your inspection requests.