Neighborhood entrance signs are important community assets, but they must be permitted by the City, either under the City’s sign ordinance or through a separate process if the sign can be located in city right-of-way (ROW).
If your neighborhood organization is interested in installing an entrance sign, please read this document:
How To Apply for a Neighborhood Entrance Sign [PDF]
If your sign is to be located on private property inside
City-managed right-of-way (ROW), download and fill out this form:
Application for a Neighborhood Entrance Sign in City ROW [PDF]
If your sign is to be located on private property outside
of City ROW, visit this page
on the City website.