Building/Monument Sign Application
Sign applications can be submitted over the counter or online. All items on the Sign Permit Submittal Checklist must be provided for your application to be complete. Incomplete applications may delay processing.
Check for a center or complex's approved Sign Package Critera. For questions contact Dean Miller (480) 350-8435.
Signs should be considered a component of the design concept for the site and building architecture. The size, proportion, and scale of signs contribute to the overall quality of a project when they can relate to building details rather than compete with them (e.g. signs which extend above the roof line, or cover architectural details, columns, or windows).
In most instances, signage should be designed in proportion with respect to its size, location, and background. For example, signs having size to background ratios of 1 to 4, or 1 to 3, tend to be in better proportion than signs having ratios of 1 to 1, or 1 to 100. Further, signs should not exceed 80% of their vertical/horizontal backgrounds.
The utilization of quality materials for signs is encouraged in all instances. Color and material selection for signs should be related to the color scheme and texture of the building or project materials rather than depend upon "high contrast" factors in order to be effective.
Zoning and Development Sign Code
Planning Office MAP
31 E. 5th St., East side garden level
Tempe, AZ 85281
Checklist & Applications
Sign Permit Checklist & Application
Development Plan Review Sign Application
Affidavit of Contractor License & Bonding
Over The Counter Sign Permits
Sign Permit Application Review Times
Online Sign Permit Application
1. Fill out Sign Application.
2.Combine your application with the required drawings and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign Type K Permit (Formally Special Event Permit)
Fill out Project Submittal Application, print form and bring it into the Community Development office. The permit will be issued over the counter.