“Open House”, “For Sale”, “For Lease” and “For Rent” Ordinance and Sign Requirements
for City of Plano Texas
Permission of Property Owner
No person shall erect, construct, or maintain any sign upon
any property or building without the consent of the owner,
the person entitled to possession of the property or
building, if any, or their authorized representative.
"Open House", "For Sale", "For Lease" and other real estate
signs fall under
governed by Article XII, Temporary Signs, of Chapter 6,
Buildings and Building Regulations, of the Code of
Ordinances of the City of Plano and are explained below:
Real estate signs. "For Sale", "For Lease" and "For Rent" Signs
Real estate signs may be erected in nonresidential and
residential zoning districts and shall not exceed thirty-two
(32) square feet with a maximum height of fifteen (15) feet.
Required setback shall be eight (8) feet from front property
line, and signs are limited to one (1) per street front. A
real estate sign shall be removed upon the sale or lease of the
property. Real estate signs advertising the lease of
individual units in multifamily districts shall be allowed
upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for a period not
to exceed one (1) year.
No. 2005-11-14, § I, 11-14-05)
Open house signs.
off site open house sign size is limited to four (4) square
feet with a maximum height of thirty (30) inches and may be
placed on residential property with the consent of the
owner. Off site open house signs will only be allowed from
9:00 a.m. on Saturday to 6:00 p.m. on the following Sunday
in the same weekend. Off site open house signs shall not be
displayed on weekdays.
No. 2006-6-33, § II, 6-26-06)
As always be aware of rules and
restriction of your home owner association (HOA) about these
signs, if applicable.