Public Hearing about Sign Ordinance Changes
Brentwood City Commissioners will hear from the community and businesses at a public hearing on Monday, August 12, 2019 about a proposed ordinance to amend several sections of the Brentwood Sign Ordinance regarding banners.
On July 8, 2019 the Brentwood Board of Commissioners passed Ordinance 2019-07 on first reading, after adopting an amendment that made the allowable sizes for banners (ten square feet) consistent in all zoning districts. There is one more second and final reading of the ordinance on August 26, 2019. If approved, the proposed new standards will allow banners to be mounted on parking lot light poles within properties zoned commercial and service institution.
The amendments were developed, in part, as a result of a request from Ravenwood High School asking if the 2018/2019 senior class could gift a set of banners to the school. Staff presented information to the Board of Commissioners seeking direction on whether to expand the installation of banners on parking lot light poles in Commercial and Service Institution districts back in January of this year.
To better understand the proposed amendments to Ordinance 2019-07, a summary of the modifications and a brief explanation can be found here.
Ordinance Action Dates
Planning Commission Review and Recommendation City Commission - Public Hearing -- August 12, 2019
City Commission - Second and Final Reading --August 26, 2019
All meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Commission Chambers located on the second floor at City Hall located at 5211 Maryland Way.