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No, please do not return your signs as they will have your information written on them. Dispose of your signs in a proper manner when you are finished having your sale.
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Yes, a permit is required for a garage sale, yard sale, moving, or estate sale.
Citations may be issued for sales that are conducted without a permit and/or signs that are not in compliance with Chapter 22, Sections 101-110 of the City of Yukon Code of Ordinances
You can obtain a garage sale permit at the Development Services Office, located at 334 Elm Avenue.
The cost to obtain a garage sale permit is $5.
Yes, non-profit organizations must obtain a permit and use the signs provided. However, the $5 fee will be waived.
At this time we are only able to accept cash or check.
There are not a certain number of days in advance that you are required to obtain your permit. However, you will need to be sure to have your permit before you begin your sale.
There is no set location where your permit must be posted. However, it is best to place your permit in a location where it is visible and where you won't have to leave your sale.
Yes, more than one family can combine their articles for a sale. If the sale is held at one address, only one permit will be required. If it is held at more than one address then each address shall purchase a garage sale permit.
You can have a garage sale up to 3 consecutive days.
You can have two garage sales a year. One sale every 6 months per address is allowed by ordinance.
Only two signs are allowed by City of Yukon Code of Ordinance. The City of Yukon will provide you with your signs when you obtain your permit.
The signs may be placed 24 hours prior to the sale date. Signs shall be removed within 24 hours after expiration of the permit. No sign shall be posted on any curb, sidewalk, utility post, pole, hydrant, bridge, tree, fence, or other surface located on public property, or any public right-of-way or center medians. Be sure to include your permit number on your sign. However, we suggest waiting to put your signs up the morning of your sale and picking them back up that same evening.
Yes! When your garage sale is over, please pick up the garage sale signs and dispose of them properly.
There are no times specified to have a garage sale. However, it is best to be a good neighbor and not open too early or too late.
If you cancel your entire sale because of bad weather or an unforeseen emergency, you can call and request a rain date. However, you must make the request on the first day listed on your permit. We ask that you keep your signs since we will not be able to furnish new signs.