Apply for a Monument/Entryway Sign in the Right-of-Way

Under very site specific circumstances, a permanent monument or entryway sign may be allowed in the right-of-way.

Process Steps

Step 1.Review the Monument/Entryway Sign in the Right-of-Way Requirements

  • Refer to section 28.7.B of the Oro Valley Zoning Code
  • Click HERE(PDF, 145KB) for the process guide and checklist of requirements for submitting a request

Step 2.Submit General Application, including all supporting documentation

  • Email a completed General Application(PDF, 82KB) and supporting documentation in PDF format to planning@orovalleyaz.gov (preferred method)
  • You may also submit in person or by regular mail
  • Fees can by paid by cash, check or card
  • Submissions will not be reviewed until any fees due are paid

Step 3.Staff review and recommendation

  • Town staff will review application and send letter within ten (10) business days, including any comments or revisions that need to be addressed

Step 4.Planning and Zoning Commission Public Meeting and Recommendation

  • Monument/Entryway signs in the right-of-way applications require consideration by the Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Staff will provide a staff report regarding General Plan and Zoning Code compliance prior to the meeting
  • A staff presentation will be provided outlining the proposed application followed by staff’s recommendation
  • The applicant will be provided an opportunity to present their application
  • The general public may also be provided an opportunity to speak on the application

Step 5. Town Council Public Hearing and Decision

  • Following a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission, Town Council will consider the application
  • Staff will provide a staff report regarding General Plan and Zoning Code compliance prior to the meeting
  • A staff presentation will be provided outlining the proposed application followed by the Planning and Zoning Commission’s recommendation
  • The applicant will be provided an opportunity to present their application
  • The general public may also be provided an opportunity to speak on the application