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Do you want to put a mural on a blank exterior wall of your building?
The city approves unique, artistic murals to enliven the community, create a sense of place and help promote local businesses.
Your building must be in a commercial area within city limits. Our locator tool can show you if your property is in the city and how it is zoned.
Locate Your Property
Make sure you are not in a residential "R" or industrial "I" zoned area.
Create a simple sketch of your proposed mural design and have it reviewed by your property owner. Ideally, you should have the artist who will be painting the mural prepare the concept for you.
You will need to provide a written letter from the property owner stating that they have reviewed and approve your mural.
You will need to upload a .jpg or .pdf copy of the mural concept, the property owner's written approval and a picture of the proposed mural location.
Fill out the Form
We will review your application and email you within one business day to discuss next steps or to help you meet the city's policies. If your project is approved, you will need to pay a $50 permit fee.
After you pay the permit fee, we will email you an approval letter, which will serve as your permit.
You may now schedule your artist to create the mural at your business.