Sign Permits

Overview

Signs are a critical part of identifying subdivisions, businesses and other aspects of a community. Before erecting a sign in the Town of Parker, you will need to review the Sign Code Regulation and submit a sign permit or a temporary sign registry from the Community Development Department, as required.

Please be aware, the Sign Code was updated on August 8, 2016 with many notable changes. View the sign code or a sign code summary

Informational Packets


The following packets should help in assisting you in your sign permit needs:

After the sign permit application is completed, it will be automatically submitted to the Community Development Department.  A non-refundable application fee will be added to the permit to be paid before the review process begins. Application fees vary depending on the type of permit needed. 

Links to the following packets will be available soon to assist you in your temporary sign registry needs, if you need assistance with a temporary sign immediately, please contact the Community Development Department:

  • Banner Sign Registry  (PDF) - for temporary banners
  • Temporary Freestanding Registry (PDF) - for temporary freestanding signs
  • Sandwich Board Sign Registry – for sandwich board signs located within 20’ of the front door

After the registry is completed, it will be automatically submitted to the Community Development Department.  There is no fee required for a temporary sign registry.

Application Process

Sign Permit: Following the sign permit application submission, our Community Development Department staff will review the application in relation to Chapter 13.09 of the Land Development Ordinance. The review and approval process times vary depending on the type of application that is submitted. Applications are processed as quickly as possible. Following this process, staff will contact the applicant to let them know of any difficulties or to inform them that their permit is ready.

Temporary Sign Registry: Following the temporary sign registry, our Community Development Department staff will review the application in relation to Chapter 13.09 of the Land Development Ordinance. There is no Town approval of temporary signs through the registry, it is the responsibility of the property owner to comply with the sign code.

If you have questions regarding signs, sign permits or the temporary sign registry, please contact the Community Development Department at 303.841.2332.