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Anonymous
Posted on Monday, April 29, 2002 - 04:48 pm:   

I read in "Focal Point" that Residential Real Estate signs (e.g.: "For Sale" signs) are to be located 10' from the curb on private property. I have seen several of these signs located next to the curb especially in the Plantation Resort area and on Promise Land Drive. Are these signs' locations allowed?
 

Douglas C. Mousel
Posted on Wednesday, May 08, 2002 - 03:47 pm:   

A residential real estate sign is a temporary stake sign that advertises a home or property for sale or lease. A maximum of one of these signs may be placed on the lot on which the home or property is for sale. The sign must be placed 10 feet from the street pavement. In addition, the maximum size of the sign is six square feet. If you aware of signs that have been placed in violation of these requirements, please contact the City's Code Enforcement Division at (972) 335-5580. Thank you.

Douglas C. Mousel
Zoning & Subdivision Administrator
Planning Department
City of Frisco
DMousel@ci.frisco.tx.us
(972) 335-5540

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