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Douglas County will accept electronic files for review for the purpose of obtaining a sign permit. ePlan Solutions is providing the digital platform for the exchange of information. For information on how to electronically file, please click ePlan Solution - Douglas County Sign Review Should you have any questions, contact ePlan Solutions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.898.0610.
Applicants should review the Douglas County Sign Ordinance (under 'Important Links' on the right side of this page), any zoning overlay districts for additional signage requirements (under Article 2, Section 208, or Article 5, Section 509 of the Unified Development Code), as well as the Sign Permit Requirements document (on the right side of this page under 'Downloadable Documents'). The sign permit applicant is solely responsible for the due diligence for code review prior to submitting a sign permit application.
Douglas County Code Enforcement responsibility
The Code Enforcement Department is responsible for application review, application approval or denial, and, if denied, for providing necessary information for changes required to obtain approval. The Douglas County Code Enforcement Department is not required to make any changes to the sign permit application on behalf of the applicant. Applications submitted incompletely or with incorrect information shall be denied and will need to be re-submitted correctly. Sign permit application denials will add additional time for review by the County, and all correspondence between Douglas County Code Enforcement and the applicant shall be conducted through the ePlan Solutions communication environment. Contacting the Code Enforcement Department outside the ePlan Solutions environment does not quicken the application process.
All properties located in unincorporated Douglas County are required to be in compliance with the codes contained in the Douglas County Unified Development Code, the Douglas County Code of Ordinances, and the International Property Maintenance Code. The Code Enforcement Department ensures properties are in compliance with these codes, and is responsible for issuing citations and court summonses for violations.
The Code Enforcement Department also removes illegal signage in unincorporated Douglas County rights-of-way, and the Chief Code Enforcement Officer also issues all required sign permits for signs in unincorporated Douglas County.
The 4 officers and their coverage areas are listed below, and the officer coverage map is located on the right hand side of this page under 'Downloadable Documents'.
Chief Code Enforcement Officer Russell Tisone
Code Enforcement Officer Wesley Corkill
Coverage Areas: District/Section 18/2
Code Enforcement Officer Nicole Cook
Coverage Areas: District/Section 1/3 and 1/5
Code Enforcement Officer James McDonald
Coverage Areas: District/Section 2/5 and 3/5
Officer Coverage Zones - 915.1KB
Sign Permit Application (Old permit application. Do not use unless specifically instructed to do so by Code Enforcement Department) - 87.3KB
Sign Permit Fee Schedule, Effective April 2006 - 49.3KB
Sign Permit Requirements (Read prior to application submittal) - 26.2KB
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