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The sign permit for cross-street banners is only valid for one month.
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Yes. Please submit an Application for Cross-Street Banners and Banners on Street Light Poles. Both a yearly right-of-way permit for signage and a sign permit for each sign are required. Once a yearly right-of-way permit for signage is obtained, applicants may apply for as many sign permits as they would like. You may apply for both permits on the same application form.
There are two locations: Across Molalla Avenue at Beverly Drive and on Highway 99 attached to the pedestrian bridge south of downtown.
First visit Public Works Operations to reserve a display month and location, then pay for the permit at the Planning Division and finally drop off the banner at Public Works Operations.
The application fee varies depending on the time of year that the permit is obtained. Please check the Engineering Fee Schedule to confirm the current fees.
The permits may be approved within minutes!
No, just the documentation identified on the application.
The requirements for cross-street banners may be found in Chapter 15.28.100 of the Oregon City Municipal Code and within the Public Works Policy for Cross Street Banners and Banners on Street Light Poles.
The City accepts, cash, check, and credit or debit cards for up to $5000.
The sign owner assumes liability for a sign within the right-of-way.