- Current Sign Programs around Gilbert
Permit Processing Times
- 1st review: 8 working days
- 2nd review: 4 working days
Processes and Approvals
- Must meet Sign Code to be processed administratively.
- Size and location changes to existing monument signs must be reviewed.
- A sign building permit is issued after planning design review.
- For minor text changes, use the Design Review CSP/HSP/MSP Amendment Administrative Minor application.
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|HERITAGE SIGN PLAN (HSP)||MASTER SIGN PLAN (MSP)||COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN (CSP)|
For projects within the Heritage District.
Allows for flexibility with sign standards.
For projects not within the Heritage District. Most Commonly Used.
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 (Section 4.408) are regulated by zoning district. Some examples include, but are not limited to:
- Flying Banners
- Open House
- 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 (Section 4.404) include, but are not limited to:
- Signs in right-of-way