Are there regulations for temporary signs in Windsor?

Yes. Most temporary signs require a permit, which you can obtain from the Planning Department.  A temporary sign cannot be displayed for more than sixty (60) days per calendar year.  Temporary signs must be directly related to the use of the lot on which it is located and must be made from durable material that will not deteriorate in wind or bad weather.  These signs cannot be attached to trees, landscaping, traffic signs, utility or light poles or other similar structures, and cannot be located within the road right-of-way.  The permit form is located on the Planning webpage under the tab "Applications, Forms and Handouts."  For specific requirements, please contact the Planning Department at (970) 674-2415 and refer to Sec. 15-17-130 of the Municipal Code.  

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