A sign permit is required to display, erect, relocate or alter most permanent and temporary signs. Apply for a sign permit.
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No. Signs are prohibited in the public right of way or on Town-owned property, except for sandwich boards as described in the FAQ below. In an effort to keep Castle Rock beautiful, these signs will be removed when placed in a public right of way.
The Town of Castle Rock Municipal Code allows one sandwich board in the public right of way per organization.
Sandwich boards are:
Town Municipal Code has never allowed these signs in the public right of way. Historically, we have removed these during the week but did not regularly provide enforcement on weekends. As part of an ongoing effort to keep our community clean and beautiful, Town Council has directed Town staff to remove any signs (real estate, garage sales, business advertising, lost pets, etc.) that are placed in a public right of way.
While we understand that the loss of a pet can be difficult, please use online platforms such as Nextdoor or Facebook community groups for this purpose.
You are allowed one sign on your own property that can measure no larger than 6 square feet and 4 feet in height. Placing signs anywhere other than your own property is prohibited or requires permission from the property owner.
Yes, the following rules apply:
Yes, see Castle Rock Municipal Code 19.04.054.
Yes, window signage is allowed, but may not exceed 25% of the window area.
Wind signs are prohibited. Examples include, but are not limited to, air dancers, balloons, fan-operated air puppets, feather flags, flags, inflatable signs, sky dancers and wind socks.