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Sandwich Board Sign Permit Information

The City of Poulsbo will begin accepting applications for sandwich board sign permits beginning on November 1, 2013. A permit is required for all sandwich board signs, irrespective of where they are located, including signs that are on private property.  All sandwich board signs are required to have a permit no later than January 2, 2014.


As of April 2014, the City Council adopted a new fee schedule that removed the $50.00 fee for sandwich board sign permits. This was done to lessen the economic impact on the City’s business owners and to encourage voluntary compliance with the regulations. Therefore, no fee is required to submit for a sandwich board sign permit. Some documents below may reference a $50.00 fee, but this can be disregarded.


For more information on the permitting process, please see the following materials:


pdf Sandwich Board Sign Permit Form
  Sandwich Board Sign Permit Form - Microsoft Word
pdf Press Release
pdf Sandwich Board FAQs
pdf Sandwich Board Signage & Permit Information Brochure


For general information on sign regulations in Poulsbo, please see the Sign Regulation Brochure, available at this link (PDF).


For more information, please contact the Planning Department by phone at (360) 394-9882 or by email.

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