Main Street Banner Application 2018-03-24T21:45:38+00:00

How do I Obtain a Sutter Creek Main Street Banner Regulations & Permit Application?

Complete the one page Main Street Banner Permit Application and submit with your payment.

  • Banners will be hung for approx. 2-3 weeks. (Hanging and removal dates are approximate and subject to availability).
    PLEASE BE PATIENT AS THIS TASK IS PERFORMED BY VOLUNTEERS.
  • BANNERS will be no larger than 3 feet by 18 feet. We suggest that wind holes are cut every 4 feet.
  • METAL eyelets must be at least 1 inch in size, spaced every 2 feet across the top, and on all 4 corners.
  • EACH eyelet must have a 7/16th inch only, spring loaded ring (carabiner) installed by applicant (see below) and NO ā€œDā€ RINGS ON CORNERS
  • FEE is $50.00, non-refundable, with only non-profit organizations allowed. No political advertisements permitted.
  • Checks payable to: City of Sutter Creek
  • APPLICATION FORMS are available at Sutter Creek City Hall and online at www.cityofsuttercreek.org
  • BANNERS not meeting these requirements will be rejected. The City of Sutter Creek assumes no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged banners.
  • PERMIT APPLICATION and fee payment to be delivered to: Sutter Creek City Hall at least one week prior to date of hanging. Hanging of banners is subject to date availability.
  • CONTACT person will be called when the banner is taken down. It MUST be picked up within 3 days and is to be picked up at Sutter Creek City Hall.

Sutter Creek is a General Law City, which means it is organized in accordance with provisions of the State Government Code.

City of Sutter Creek Vision Statement

We the citizens of Sutter Creek envision the future of our community as preserving our sense of the past and maintaining the historic integrity of our buildings, artifacts, landscape,greenbelt and natural environment with a strong sense of community and quality of life; and that our managed growth will honor the above, will be patterned after historic walkable neighborhoods and will include the educational needs of our community within these neighborhoods, clear edges between cities, thriving local businesses, parks, playgrounds and walking paths throughout the community, will generate revenues to meet community needs and will provide an inspiration planning model for other communities in the region.