Campaign Signs/Advertising

Sign Permits


The City of Ormond Beach requires a permit for campaign signs. Please complete the City of Ormond Beach Application for Political Sign Permit Form and return it along with the required $150.00 political campaign sign bond fee to: 
City of Ormond Beach
Building Permits
22 S. Beach Street, Room 104
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Phone: (386) 676-3233
Fax: (386) 676-3361

Please note the conditions of your sign permit. Political signs may not be placed on or over any public property or public right-of-way, on private property without the prior consent of the owner or of an occupant with the authority to give such consent, or on any tree shrub, vine, utility structure, or upon any part of a building except where such building is contiguous to the street or sidewalk, in which case such sign may be affixed to the building. 

Sign Regulations


Please see detailed information regarding guidelines and regulations for the usage of campaign signs:
Campaign Advertising FAQs
City of Ormond Beach, Code of Ordinances: Chapter 3, Advertising
City of Ormond Beach Land Development Code - Political Signs
City of Ormond Beach Political Sign Regulations
Florida Statutes on Political Advertisements
Solicitation Area Instructions

Any sign placed on any public property or public right-of-way shall be subject to immediate removal. In all other cases, the City shall provide notice of such violation to the contact person listed on the permit application. Failure of the permittee to remove the sign will result in removal of the sign by the City's Neighborhood Improvement Division with $5.00 being deducted from the bond for each such removal. 

Neighborhood Improvement Division
City of Ormond Beach Police Department
170 W. Granada Blvd
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Phone: (386) 676-3352
Fax: (386) 615-7074

Sign Removal


All political signs which relate to the election of a candidate or to an issue decided at a referendum, must be removed by the permittee no later than ten (10) days following the election at which the candidate was duly elected to office or defeated.