As the pace of home building increases, so does the frequency of violations of local sign ordinances. Your HBA was contacted this week by Greenville County Code Enforcement officials about violations of the county’s sign ordinance.
Please consider the following standards when placing directional signs promoting your homes and neighborhoods:
- Directional signs must be no larger than 4 feet by 8 feet in total size
- Directional signs are not allowed in the sight triangle at intersections
- Directional signs must be at least 15 feet from the right-of-way
- Directional signs must be located on private property, with the permission of the property owner
Please be respectful of these standards. Greenville County is a great partner with the home building industry and makes it possible for home builders to use directional signs off of the property being promoted. Violations of these standards could result in the county taking action to eliminate this privilege.