Paulding County has recently updated their sign ordinance, which took effect May 25 this year. One of the ordinance rules says you may place a banner as a temporary sign for thirty days, twice a year. This is true in most jurisdictions. Now may be the time you need to examine your banner to see if you need to consider a permanent sign for your business.
Paulding County has made some changes to its Sign Ordinance. This is the first major change to the ordinance in twelve years. The County completed a comprehensive study of signage in surrounding counties, cities and states, as well in our own back yard of Paulding County to develop the new rules.
You are setting up your business in Cobb County and you need a sign. The first thing you need is a Sign Permit. Where do you go and what do you need to do to get this? A good place to start is the internet.