My sign is gone. Did the city take it?
If you did not obtain a permit for your sign or placed it in the right-of-way, it is possible that Code Enforcement removed your sign. Typically, off-premise non-political signs that have an estimated value of less than $100.00 are immediately disposed of. Signs with an estimated value of over $100.00, political signs, and signs adjacent to the business for which they advertise are stored for 10 days to give the owner a chance to claim them. After 10 days the signs are disposed of. Sign are released upon payment of a $25.00 per sign impoundment fee. To find out if your sign has been impounded call 972-576-3414 or in person at 411 W. Red Oak Rd.

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1. Do I have non-conforming rights? (Grandfathered)
2. I feel like I was singled out. Was I?
3. I received a letter or a notice on my door. (Notice of Violation) What do I do?
4. I received a seizure warning on my vehicle. What do I do?
5. I was issued a citation or received one in the mail. What do I do?
6. My sign is gone. Did the city take it?
7. Where do I get a permit?