Temporary offsite advertising signs on construction sites

Temporary offsite advertising signs on construction sites

Proposed by WRAC LUPC on June 21, 2017
Motion failed to be adopted by a majority of Councils before the September 2017 deadline

Passed by

  • Bel Air-Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council
  • Brentwood Community Council
  • South Robertson Neighborhoods Council (modified version)
  • Westside Neighborhood Council
  • Westwood Community Council


With regard to Council file CPC-2017-455-CA, WRAC believes no temporary offsite advertising signs should be allowed on construction fencing and that other regulations should be imposed including limiting paint color; openings provided every 50 linear ft. for police to peer in and deter crime; limiting signage to fences that face/front C zones; signs be allowed only on active construction sites (not on vacant sites that are being leased for car storage or construction staging for another site); maximum amount of signage limited to 6 sf of signage for every 50 ft.; and stringent graffiti cleanup. WRAC believes there is no public benefit to allow such signs all over the city when billboards are limited.


SORO NC supported the Oct. 2016 Dept. of Planning recommendation.

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