Rules for Displaying Temporary Signs
Signs shall not be located on publicly-owned land or easements or inside street rights-of-way.
Temporary signs on private property may be displayed NO LONGER than 60 days.
Common examples of temporary signs include, but are not limited to, grand opening, garage sale, real estate, open house, and election signs.
Non-compliant signs will be collected by the City and can be retrieved at City Hall for a fee.
Please see the link on the left of this page to the Zoning and Future Land Use map. Once in the map you can type an address into the search bar. Once the property is selected you can click within the property for links to the zoning, lot and bulk and setback regulations for that parcel. The information viewed can be changed using the Layer List icon near the address bar at the top right side of the page, including the information on flood zones. There is also a Legend that which you can view next to the Layer List icon.
Links to Ordinances Not Yet Codified in Municode
Please note that the City may have amendments which are not reflected at the links below. Please see this link for a copy of all Not Yet Codified Ordinances or choose the Home icon in Municode: | Code of Ordinances | Treasure Island, FL | Municode Library
Link to Municode
Code of Ordinances | Treasure Island, FL | Municode Library
Links to the Land Development Regulations in Municode
Other helpful Chapter 68 links:
Sec. 68-458. - Garden walls, fences and hedges.
Sec. 68-483. - Swimming pools.
Sec. 68-486. - Off-street parking.
Docks and Seawalls and Commercial Fishing:
For questions on zoning please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please make sure to include the address or parcel identification number so that we can answer your questions accurately.