Submit a scaled drawing, including dimensions, of the sign.
Submit a scaled site plan of the property, indicating property lines, location and setbacks from property lines to proposed sign, sight triangles at street/driveway intersections, and any existing signs.
Check for overhead utilities, where applicable.
Submit footing, foundations and mounting details, where applicable. For monument signs, please submit a Commercial Building Permit Application from a General Contractor with a BD classification.
If a sign projects over a public way or sidewalk, engineered details will be required for proper attachment. Plans should include height above walkways.
For signs over 12 feet, drawings sealed by a South Carolina registered engineer are required. The plans should include distances from overhead power lines.
For signs in the Downtown Fire District, all material must comply with the International Building Code.
For signs with electrical components, electrical plans should be submitted including a power rise diagram, wiring details in compliance with NFPA 70 and a description of the type of lighting. Illuminated signs must be UL approved. An Electrical Permit is required. LLR requires that the contractor hold a mechanical contractors license with the classification EL. They will also be required to have a City of Greer business license.
For signs within the Historic District, please consult the Planning Staff.
Footings and foundations must be inspected per the approved plans. All electrical wiring for signs must be inspected. The contractor must also request a final inspection.