ATTACHMENT V – STANDARDS FOR SIGNS
Taberna residents, builders, contractors, and realtors are required to abide by the following standards designed to regulate the type, placement, and size of signs.
- All permitted signs shall be constructed of materials, styles, colors, and sizes as approved by the HOA. The Covenants allow for exceptions for the Taberna Golf Club, street or directional signs, and governmental entities. Specifications are available for permitted signs.
- Only one (1) sign of the following signs shall be displayed, per lot, at any given time.
- Only one (1) sign identifying the name of the owner of a lot.
- One (1) sign specifying the general contractor actually constructing a home on the lot. Such sign must be removed upon issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the home. Sub-contractor signs are not permitted.
- One (1) sign identifying the lot as “For Sale” either by a selling agent or by the owner. Any hanger boxes with sales information must be attached to the post. Acceptable option: One (1) sign consisting of two conforming signs placed back-to-back on the same signpost. The sign must be removed within two (2) business days following completion of the real estate purchase of the lot or home.
- One (1) sign advertising a home “For Rent” or “For Lease.” The signs must meet the same requirements as “For Sale” signs.
- The above signs must be placed a minimum of 10 feet from the curb and centered to the front of the lot.
- Temporary signs announcing or giving directions to an open house, reunion, party, etc. must be tastefully constructed and must not exceed six square feet. Temporary signs may be erected on the evening prior to the event and must be removed no later than twenty-four (24) hours after the close of the event.
- Temporary personal announcements such as a sign for the birth of a child, graduation from a school, etc., may be left up for seven (7) days, and such personal signs shall be restricted to the lot of a homeowner.
- Signs of a cautionary nature, such as “ Wet Concrete” or “Wet Paint,” may be displayed on a temporary basis and must be removed as soon as practicable.
- Small cautionary signs that indicate the presence of a security system or invisible fencing may be posted near a mailbox or at the front entryway of a home but not in the middle of the yard. The homeowner may place one (1) home security sign and one (1) invisible fencing sign on his or her property on a temporary or permanent basis. If these signs are intended to be permanent, the signs must be unobtrusive and professionally manufactured or produced.
Approved: 10/20/03; Revised and Approved: 10/6/10