Non-Profit Sign Changes


The Greenville City Council has amended its sign code to update regulations for prohibited off-premise signs.

The changes are for non-profit organizations wanting to erect temporary signs to promote events. The ordinance now allows those signs, has a time limit the signs can be up, and designates locations where they are allowed.

City Manager Dave Willey said the action was taken after a meeting was held with representatives of several non-profit groups.

Several different organizations spoke at the meeting. The locations where signs are allowed were not changed, but the time limit was changed from 14 to 15 days.

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The non-profit signs are limited to 32 square feet in size.

Businesses in Greenville are prohibited from have off-premise signs.

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