Sidewalks, roads and sign codes: What you need to know
Seattle King County REALTORS® tracks sign code changes in cities across King County so that you can quickly get the information you need to do business. The Association also advocates for REALTOR®-friendly codes to give you as many opportunities as possible to market homes.
The Medina City Council recently passed its revised sign code, which Seattle King County REALTORS® had a large role in shaping. The new regulations allow an additional open house A-board and have more allowances for on-premises signs facing the lake and golf course. Also, the new code increases sign dimensions to reflect the industry standard.
Meanwhile in Covington, REALTORS® have been working with the city for over a year on sign code changes currently under consideration by the Planning Commission. The commission is holding a public hearing in September on the proposed changes, and Seattle King County REALTORS® will be there to continue to advocate for rules that make sense for your business.
Refresh yourself on the do’s and don’ts of sign placement by watching the video below. View the full Tri-County sign code matrix for details cities within King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
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