What are the Regulations regarding real estate signs?

Real estate signs are specifically regulated pursuant to Section 934.3a of the Darien Zoning Regulations. Those regulations went into effect in September 2018. The regulations allow one sign per lot; a maximum of four (4) square feet in size; and that all parts of the sign be on the subject property. We recommend that they be at least eight feet from the paved edge of the road surface. For any questions, please call the Planning and Zoning Office at 203-656-7351.

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