Structural Sign Permits are required for construction of a sign that includes any or all of the following:
- Electrical Components
- Structural Engineering
Sign Permits may not be required for some types of signs. For more information contact Planning and Environmental Resources.
If a permit is required, this guide may help you through the permit process. A Flow Chart is also available for your assistance.
A Structural Sign Permit Package consists of:
Preparing the documents
- Print off or pick up a Structural Sign Permit Application. A Nevada Licensed Contractor must fill out all information and sign application.
- When drawn by:
- Architect or Engineer – Plans must be wet stamped and signed on every page.
- Contractor – Plans must list contractor information and be signed on every applicable page.
Submitting the Application
- Bring the Structural Sign Permit Package to the Mesquite Building Department, located in City Hall at 10 E. Mesquite Blvd.
- A $40 submittal fee must be paid when application is submitted. This fee will be applied to the permit.
- Plan review time is approximately 10-21 working days each time the application is submitted. Complete and accurate plans will shorten the time needed for review and resubmittal.
Corrections and Resubmitting
- If corrections are needed on the plans, the plan reviewer will call for you to pick up the plans. Plan Review Comments will be with the plans listing the corrections needed.
- Make the corrections and resubmit a full Structural Sign Permit Package, Comment Sheet, and Sign-Off Sheet. No further payment is needed for resubmittal.
Picking up the Approved Permit
- The Permit Technician will call when the permit is approved and tell you if additional fees are required.
- Come in to the Mesquite Building Department and pay additional fees, if any. You will be given a copy of the permit, an approved set of plans and your receipt.
- If you are not sure of what inspections will be required, talk to the Permit Technician before you leave.
What’s the Next Step?
Click here for instructions on scheduling inspections.