Under no circumstance, are signs to be affixed to any City facilities, such as fire hydrants, traffic control devices, light or utility poles, street trees, etc.
Signs that fail to comply with the regulations outlined in City Code, Section 90.03, will be subject to immediate removal and disposal without further notice.
Tourist Oriented Signs
Businesses are allowed an off-site City-designated, tourist-oriented sign (TOS) to advertise their business. Signs allowed for tourist-oriented businesses on streets under city jurisdiction shall be subject to the following:
Not more than one sign is allowed per business;
Only one sign shall be allowed on a street sign pole and more than one sign can be allowed on other poles; and
Said signs shall be approved, located, and erected by the Public Works Director.
See City Code, Section 90.03, Obstructions to Public Passage.
To apply for a Tourist Oriented Sign, complete a Location Permit application and submit the annual fee.