A real estate sign is defined by BHMC 10-4-104 as a sign indicating that the premises on which the sign is located is for sale, lease, or rent. The sign may contain any of the following information, and no more: a description of the premises offered for sale, lease, or rent and the name, address, and telephone number of the owner, broker, or other person offering the same for sale, lease, or rent. In addition, the words "sold", "leased", or "rented" may be added to a previously posted sign for one period of time not to exceed thirty (30) days. The area of the sign shall include the area of any and all riders that may be attached to the sign. An annual real estate sign sticker is required for all real estate signs.
Illegal real estate signs, including but not limited to Open House signs, flags, banners, and pennants may be confiscated and an administrative citation issued or legal action may be taken. This includes any signs, banners or pennants on a public right-of-way (see "Location" below).
It is illegal to post, display or maintain a real estate sign on any public property or public right-of-way including but not limited to curbs, parkways and driveway approaches. BHMC 10-4-302
Extensive mapping and GIS information regarding City boundaries may be accessed at Interactive Maps & Geographic Information System (Virtual Beverly Hills).
You may submit an online request for more information or file an illegal sign report at Ask Bev!
Real Estate Sign Stickers are valid only for the calendar year printed on the sticker and purchases are non-refundable; the sticker prices are valid thru June 30, 2019, are below.:
The Code section governing single- and multi-family sign locations is BHMC 10-4-302; governing the number of signs allowed is BHMC 10-4-406, and governing the location of Commercial Zone signs is BHMC 10-4-602.