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Unfortunately, these types of signs are prohibited, although non-profit organizations (schools, athletic associations, municipalities, scouts, fire departments, libraries, churches, etc.) may display these types of temporary signs on a limited basis for athletic sign ups, school events, craft fairs, fund raisers, and other special community related events. In addition, political signs are permitted during election seasons. Please contact the Community Development Director at 724-693-3104 for more information.
This will depend on the zoning district. Residential and village districts typically require a minimum 10-foot set back from the rear and side property lines for detached accessory structures greater than 200 square feet and a minimum setback of 5-feet if the structure is less than 200 square feet. The accessory structure also cannot be located on an easement or right-of-way. In addition, if located on a corner lot, the side yard which is adjacent to the street is considered a front yard in which accessory structures are not permitted.
You will need to apply for a zoning variance request. Contact Andrew H. Hartwell, AICP, Director, Community Development, at 724-693-3104.