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Permit Processing Times
- First review: 8 working days
- Second review: 4 working days
Required Processes & Approvals Prior to Sign Permitting
A Comprehensive Sign Program (CSP) is used for multi-tenant buildings, non-residential complexes with multiple buildings, or large-scale mixed-use developments. A Heritage Sign Plan (HSP) is used for single or multiple-tenant commercial or office uses; or for multiple-building complex for a single commercial use in the Heritage District.
- The application can be processed administratively as long as it meets the requirements of Section 4.4 Sign Regulations, of the Land Development Code.
- Size and location changes to existing monument signs must be reviewed by staff prior to permitting.
- Only after the project has been approved can a sign permit be issued. Questions? Contact a Planning Specialist for assistance.
- Click here for the Design Review CSP/HSP or Administrative Amendment application.
- For minor text changes, Click here for the Design Review CSP/HSP/MSP Amendment Administrative Minor application.
Temporary Signs include, but are not limited to: A-Frames, T-Frames, Banners, Flying Banners, Open House, Window, Sign Walkers, Residential Subdivision for Model Homes and Offsite Temporary Signs on Private Property. These signs are regulated by zoning district. See Section 4.408 Temporary Signs
Political signs - For regulations on political signs, refer to Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.§16-1019).
Permanent Signs include, but are not limited to: freestanding monument and wall mounted signs. These signs are regulated by zoning district. See Section 4.409 Permanent Signs
Balloons and inflatables are allowed in conjunction with temporary uses such as special events and seasonal sales. See Section 4.5012 Temporary Uses.
Click here for sign schedule fees, refer to Pg. 10.
Contact information for planning/code enforcement