Downtown Sign Code
By ordinance, businesses within the Central Business Improvement District must adhere to a Sign Code. With very few exceptions, Downtown Memphis Commission Design Review Board (DRB) must approve all signs and banners that are placed for the view of the general public in Downtown Memphis. This includes both permanent and temporary signs and banners. DRB approval is required prior to the sign or banner being installed. Failure to receive proper approval may result in the the removal of the sign or citations and fines.
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