Temporary Sign Permit


The purpose of a temporary sign permit is to ensure that all temporary signs are in compliance with the Town sign standard.

When Is This Required?

Temporary sign permits are required for all banners or signs advertising special events that are for a limited duration. Temporary Sign Permits are approved by the Town Council.  Temporary banners associated with a special event located in the town public right of way will be approved through a separate special event permit issued by the town Administration Department.


For Temporary Signs:

  • How Long: Complete submission must be at least 6 weeks prior to the Town Council meeting. Town Council meetings are scheduled on the first and third Monday of every month but may be changed due to holidays or other conflicts.  Please view upcoming meetings here
  • Who Decides: Town Council

For Grand Opening Signs:

  • How Long: Up to 2 weeks
  • Who Decides: Planning Director

Helpful Tips

  • If you wish to place a banner for a grand opening, the request does not go before the Council and may be approved by staff. Please submit the application to the Planning Department.
  • Since all other temporary banners go before the Town Council, the application and photo/rendering of the banner must be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to the Town Council meeting.

How to Apply

Please submit an application packet via email to the Planning Department that includes the following (paper applications are not accepted): 


Temporary sign permits have no fees.