When do I need to apply for a sign permit?

The most common activities requiring a permit include, but are not limited to, the construction or installation of a new sign, changing the size or location of an existing sign, upgrading signs from static displays to electronic or digital displays, and adding or changing sign lighting.  Any sign permit requests need to be made through the city’s Citizenserve Portal (www.citizenserve.com/branson).  If you have questions or need any assistance with the process, please contact the Planning & Development Department at (417) 337-8549 during business hours of 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

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1. When is a building permit required?
2. How do I apply for a permit?
3. How much does a building or a sign permit cost?
4. What is a plan review fee for a building permit?
5. Does the city accept electronic plans?
6. How long will it take to get a building permit once I submit my application and plans?
7. When can I pick up my building permit?
8. How long is my building permit valid?
9. What are the current building codes that apply to my construction projects?
10. When do I need to apply for a sign permit?
11. Do I need a sign permit just to do repairs to my sign?
12. Do I need a sign permit to simply reface my existing sign?
13. How much signage can I have on my property and what types of signs are allowed?
14. Can I change my sign from on-premises advertising to off-premises advertising?
15. I had a sign displayed and someone removed it – what happened?
16. What are the regulations for removing a tree from my property?
17. Do I need a permit to trim a tree?
18. What is the purpose of landscape code requirements?