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Community and Economic Development

Sign Regulations

Garage Sale Signs

Only one garage sale sign is permitted on the private property where the sale is located.  If the property is on a corner lot, two signs may be displayed, one facing each street.

Signs may not exceed 6 square feet per side (for example, 2 feet by 3 feet), and may not be taller than 4 feet in height.  Signs must indicate the address and dates of the sale.

Off-site signs shall be permitted only on private property and only with the consent of the owner.  Signs must be removed at the conclusion of the sale.  Signs must be located on private property (for example, inside the sidewalk).  Signs in the public right-of-way will be removed and disposed of by Village personnel.

Residential Real Estate Signs

Only one sign is permitted on the property being sold.  If the property is a corner lot, two signs are allowed-one facing each street.  The maximum size of each sign is 6 square feet.  The sign must be removed within 7 days of the closing.  Signs must be located on private property (for example, inside the sidewalk).  Signs located in the public right-of-way will be removed and disposed of by Village personnel.

Realtors may place one open house sign at the nearest intersection to the property.  The sign must be placed on private property (inside the sidewalk), and permission of the property owner is required.  Signs may only be displayed on Saturdays and Sundays between 12:00 pm and 6:00 pm.

To register a complaint about sign regulations, please contact the Code Enforcement Unit Hotline of the Police Department at (630) 823-5572.