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Temporary sign options include temporary display signs (i.e. - banners); A-Frame signs; and window signs. Allowances for these types of signs and more can be found online in the city’s Sign Ordinance (Section 13, Appendix A, Zoning Ordinance, City Code of Ordinances). Some temporary signs are conditionally exempt meaning that a permit is not required for placement; however, some temporary signs require the issuance of a permit before location. All temporary signs have requirements on maximum size, placement, and duration subject to the city’s Sign Ordinance. It is important to check the Sign Ordinance to ensure you are following the appropriate regulations.
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Generally, yes; although there are some signs that are conditionally exempt while some signs require the issuance of a permit. The city regulates the use of signage in a manner that promotes safety, the efficient transfer of information, and the protection of public welfare by enhancing the appearance and economic value of the landscape. The regulations provide for signage that does not create traffic hazards or nuisance while allowing businesses to identify themselves and customers are able to locate them.
Conditionally exempt signs include:
Signs that require the issuance of a permit include:
Certain types of signs are prohibited within the City of Missouri City and its extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ).Prohibited sign types include the following: