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Where can I place my garage or yard sale signs?
The City of Berkeley Lake does not regulate signs based on the content of their message, but by time place and manner. Signs advertising private sales or events are treated as any other. Residential properties are allowed an aggregate total of 16 square feet of signage at any given time with no individual sign larger than 6 square feet. If a sign is located off-site, the owner of the of the property where it is located must give permission for its placement on private property. No signs shall be located within ten feet of the pavement of any street and shall not be permitted on any public right-of-way or attached to utility poles or traffic signs. Signs on residential properties do not require sign permits. See Temporary Sign Guidelines

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1. What is zoning?
2. How do I determine what uses are allowed in a particular zoning district?
3. How can I find out the zoning on my property?
4. How do I apply for a building permit?
5. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale, and how often can I have one?
6. Where can I place my garage or yard sale signs?
7. Where and when can I place a sign to sell my home?
8. May I conduct a business out of my home? Are there any restrictions?
9. Are there any regulations regarding displaying signs on my property?
10. How can my property be annexed into the City?
11. When does the Planning and Zoning Commission meet? Where can I find an agenda?
12. Why is there a public notice sign posted in my neighborhood?

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