If you are a merchant in Park City, there is little doubt that you already know that a-frame/sandwhich board signs are prohibited in most situations.  For clarification, portable signs are only permitted in private plazas.  At this time the City only defines the interior of the Marriott Summit Watch PLaza and at the Town Lift.

Due to the narrow sidewalks along Main Street, portable signs are prohibited.

For reference, sections of the Sign Code are included below.

12-2-1. DEFINITIONS

(R) PRIVATE PLAZA. Private property in excess of 1,000 square feet that generally serves as common area to adjoining commercial development and is free of structures, is hard surfaced and/or landscaped. Private plazas generally provide an area for pedestrian circulation, common amenities, and act as a gathering space for private or public purposes.

(26) SIGN, PORTABLE. A sign that can be moved from place to place, is not permanently affixed to the ground or building.

 

12-7-1. PROHIBITED SIGNS

(I) PORTABLE SIGNS. Any sign that can be moved from place to place, is not permanently affixed to the ground or building, and is for the purpose of display only, is prohibited. Temporary open house signs for real estate are permitted but must comply with the regulations as stated in Section 12-10-(F). Temporary portable signs for advertising or identifying a business or other type of entity must comply with the regulations as stated in Section 12-10-(I). Government public safety, municipal directional, and informational signs are exempt.