The City of Clearwater invites local businesses to attend the next Beach Walk Hard Hat Meeting on Tuesday, June 6, at Shephard's Beach Resort, 601 Gulfview Blvd., 9:15 a.m. Attendees have the opportunity to ask any questions and meet with the contractor.
Earlier this month, the Community Development Code was amended to allow businesses located next to the current phase of the Beach Walk project on Coronado Drive to place up to two sandwich board signs on their property. This type of sign will also be allowed as other areas come under construction. When construction is complete, the signs must be removed.
The sandwich board signs can be up to 8 square feet in area and up to 4 feet tall. The signs should be professionally constructed and made of treated wood or other durable material. The city worked in cooperation with the Clearwater Beach Chamber of Commerce to allow these temporary signs and to ensure consistency.
The sandwich board signs can be displayed during the hours of operation for the business being advertised. Signs should be placed carefully so that no public way, intersection, or driveway is blocked. Any questions about the signs should be directed to 562-4567. Ask to speak with the person on duty on the Zoning Counter.
For more information on the Beach Walk project, visit www.myclearwater.com/beachwalk.
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