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Sign Application   Submittal Checklist

Heritage Marketplace Signs

Sign Code

Sign Programs

Permit Processing Times

  • 1st review: 8 working days
  • 2nd review: 4 working days 

Processes and Approvals

HERITAGE SIGN PLAN (HSP) MASTER SIGN PLAN (MSP)  COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN (CSP)

 For projects within the Heritage District.

  • Single or multi-tenant commercial or office uses;
  • Multi-building complex for a single commercial use;
  • Projecting signs require approval from the Redevelopment Commission.
Allows for flexibility with sign standards.
  • Large complexes exceeding 40 acres;
  • Stand-alone buildings exceeding 100,000 square feet;
  • Multi-tenant commercial, office, or employment uses;
  • Indoor or outdoor entertainment/recreation
  • Hotels and commercial lodging;
  • And more!

 For projects not within the Heritage District. Most Commonly Used.

  • Multi-tenant buildings;
  • Non-residential complexes with multiple buildings;
  • Mixed-use developments.

Fee Schedule

Permanent Signs

Permanent Signs (Section 4.409) are regulated by zoning district. Some examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Freestanding monument
  • Wall-mounted signs

Temporary Signs

Temporary Signs (Section 4.408) are regulated by zoning district. Some examples include, but are not limited to:

  • A-Frames
  • T-Frames
  • Banners
  • Flying Banners
  • Open House
  • Window 
  • Sign Walkers
  • Balloons and inflatables are allowed in conjunction with Temporary Uses (Section 4.5012) such as special events and seasonal sales.
  • Residential Subdivision for Model Homes
  • Offsite Temporary Signs on private property
  • Political Signs - Refer to Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.§16-1019)

Prohibited Signs

Prohibited Signs (Section 4.404) include, but are not limited to: 

  • Billboards 
  • Pole
  • Animated
  • Blinking
  • Signs in right-of-way 

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