Freestanding sign policy proposals prompt temporary sign feedback

By Richard Smith | YourWestValley

The first of four Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission presentations dissecting the city’s proposed sign code amendments on July 6 did not touch on the most contentious aspect of the policy — temporary signs.

Indeed the lengthy proposal on more permanent signage for businesses in the city brought about three speakers on behalf of realtors and the majority of their commentary was on the negative impacts since the City Council repealed the temporary sign policy in February.


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