Construction Site Identification Signs


Major construction site signs are allowed during the development of any project. Such signs may identify the project, the owner/developer, future tenants and/or professionals associated with the design, construction, financing or marketing of the project.

A sign permit is required prior to the installation of any sign and is recommended prior to the fabrication of any sign.

One detached, non-illuminated major construction site sign is allowed for each perimeter street, up to a total of three signs.

Signs must be setback 20 feet from the adjacent right-of-way, and may be up to 32 square feet in area and eight feet in height. Additional sign area and height is allowed with additional setbacks.

Construction site signs may remain until the issuance of any certificate of occupancy for the last building in each phase of a commercial or office project or 90 percent of the residential units in a residential project.