Greg Carr, Code Enforcement Administrato
Post Number: 24
|Posted on Monday, October 19, 2009 - 02:00 pm: |
Signage for churches is regulated like all other signs with the following exception. I suggest you call a permit tech at (972) 292-5301 if you have questions regarding a special event. They can help you if it is a special event that you have going on.
Temporary religious sign. A temporary stake sign used to provide the name of and direction to a location occupied by a religious organization or religious group that temporarily operates in a school or other facility. A temporary religious sign identifies the meeting location/address, website information, hours of service, and/or telephone number of a religious organization or group.
(1) Time. A temporary religious sign may be erected during times of worship provided that the sign is placed no earlier than two hours prior to worship and removed no later than two hours after worship.
(2) Place. A temporary religious sign shall be placed on private property with consent of the property owner. Temporary religious signs shall be erected on private property not closer than ten feet from the edge of any street pavement or designated roadway or right-of-way.
(3) Manner. The maximum area of a temporary religious sign shall not exceed six square feet. The maximum height of a temporary religious sign shall not exceed four feet. A temporary religious sign shall not contain balloons, streamers, flags, pennants, or wind devices.