Planning and zoning officials are looking for the public's input on Durham's sign regulations.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, a PZC subcommittee will hold an informational hearing to answer questions and discuss the town's exisiting regulations and possible changes to them.
The hearing will begin at 7 p.m. at the Durham Public Library.
The subcommittee's chairman, Frank DeFelice, said the group has already spent a great deal of time reviewing the town's sign regulations and is now seeking input from business owners and residents.
"Signs are something that we kind of take for granted. They get put out for everything from tag sales and flea markets to businesses who want to build their business. We want to encourage that, obviously," DeFelice said.
The subcommittee met with Durham's Economic Development Commission and several business owners earlier this week to discuss the upcoming meeting.
The town's sign regulations can be found here.
In addition, there is an additional requirement for historic district locations. Those requirements can be found here.