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City staff focusingon excessive signage

In an effort to help make the city more attractive, city staff is focusing attention on excessive and unpermitted signage.

Most signs in the city require a permit with specific limitations on sign size and design. Businesses with a permitted sign do not need to do anything. Businesses with unpermitted signs should contact the City’s Planning Division to determine if their signs require a permit or not.

Examples of unpermitted signs typically include signs added to the sides of buildings, sandwich boards displayed during times when they are not allowed, temporary signs and various miscellaneous signs on buildings may not be permitted.



For more information, call 530-542-6010 or visit the city’s website.


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