PAINT THE TOWN PRETTY
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WHAT MAKES A MURAL "PUBLIC"?
Three words: location, location, location.
City Code defines a mural as "a painting, graphic design, or pictorial representation applied directly or attached to an exterior mounting surface or exterior wall that is visible from any point of any public right-of-way including public street, sidewalk or greenway trail. Any representation which identifies a business or building by logo, product, service, trademark, message, or slogan shall be considered a sign."
Click "Read More" to view Chapter 3 Article III of City Code pertaining to murals.
PUBLIC MURAL APPROVAL PROCESS
Your idea-to-installation checklist.
SUBMIT MURAL APPLICATION
and supporting documents
PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED
within 30 days of application submittal
APPROVAL BY PLANNING DIRECTOR
based on public feedback and City Code criteria
and subsequent maintenance
The Planning and Zoning Division under the City of Jefferson Department of Planning and Protective Services administers the mural approval process. Click the button below and scroll to "Other Planning Forms or Applications" section for the application for mural permit.