Signs identifying a contractor may be placed on property where new construction, remodeling or property improvement work is taking place.
Major contractor identification sign
Up to three major contractors' signs, one per street frontage, are allowed per construction site (single-family and two-family projects excluded). Signs must be setback a minimum of 20 feet from any property line, may be up to eight feet in height and 32 square feet in area, with a maximum of two faces.
Signs may not be erected until a building permit has been issued for the construction work that the contractor is to perform and the sign must be removed as soon as a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued for the last building in each phase of the project.
Minor contractor identification sign
One minor contractors' identification sign is allowed on the site where the work is being performed for each contractor not identified with a major contractors' identification sign.
Signs must be setback a minimum of 10 feet from any property line, may be up to 6 feet in height and 8 square feet in area, with a maximum of two faces. Signs may be posted while work is being conducted onsite. A sign permit is not required.