All permanent signage is regulated by the Town signage code and requires a permit for each sign. Permanent signs include signs on buildings and freestanding signage.
For single tenant buildings, an individual sign permit has to be approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission for each sign.
Multi-tenant buildings require the approval of a Master Sign Plan for the building by the Planning and Zoning Commission. The Master Sign Plan is developed by the property owner and outlines the sizes, numbers, locations, shapes and materials of each sign installed on a building. Once the master plan is approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission, individual sign permits can be issues for each tenant by Town Staff.
Temporary Banners & Signage
Any non-permanent signage, including temporary banners and feather banners, located on the outside of a building or placed on a property is considered a temporary sign of some sort. Sandwich board signs also require an annual permit and may only be displayed during business hours. Please click here for additional information.
All temporary signs or sandwich boards must be displayed and placed on private property. No signs be place in Town owned Rights-of-Ways or on a Town owned sidewalk or road.
Attention Getting Devices
Attention getting devices, such as balloons, costumed characters, animated blowup air dancers, strings of flags, etc. that are specifically displayed to attract attention to a business or a sales event, are specifically not allowed by Town Code.
Temporary tents for the outdoor display or sale of merchandise or for promotion are allowed with a valid temporary structure permit. Please click here for Level 1 - Development Permit application.
Dillon Municipal Code: Chapter 16, Article XI - Sign Regulations