What are the City's regulations on temporary signs (e.g., open house and garage sales)?
Sign permits are not required for open house or garage sale signs. However, signs must comply with the following requirements:
- Signs cannot exceed a total of 4 square feet.
- Signs cannot be taller than 4 feet in height.
- Open house signs may be displayed between 8 a.m. and dusk.
- Garage sale signs shall be removed on or immediately following the date of the event.
- Signs may only be placed on a property with the property owner's permission.

Please note that homeowners association or commercial maintenance association regulations may contain additional restrictions on temporary signage. Please contact the appropriate association to confirm their regulations for temporary signage.

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