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What needs to be reviewed and approved by the Commission?

Any changes within the District must be approved and a Certificate of Approval issued by the Commission, such as:

  • Changes to buildings, structures, and other visible elements.
  • A proposed new business, service, or use.
  • New signs or changes to existing signs, including off-premise signs.
  • New marquees, awnings, or canopies.
  • New construction, additions, or remodels.
  • Changes in public areas, including alleys, sidewalks, and parks.
  • Demolition of any building or structure.
  • Changes to ceilings, walls, floors, or lighting.
  • Security gates.
  • Display structures.
  • Sidewalk dining or seating areas.


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