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Not at this time. You simply need to have your temporary sign conform to the City's sign standards. Note: It is anticipated that a no-fee, online permit will be required in the future.
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The City's Sign Ordinance is the set of regulations, established by the Murrieta City Council, that governs signs. This includes the locations allowed for varying types of signs, the sizes of the signs, amount of time they can be displayed and the permitting process. The City will commence active enforcement of prohibited signs on May 1, 2012.
A temporary sign is a sign that is not, permanently or for a long periods of time, affixed to a building, wall or structure. There are three types of temporary signs: