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The permit may only be obtained by an adult occupant of the property where the garage sale will be conducted, or their designated representative. Proof of ownership or occupancy may be verified by the Town by a copy of the deed, copy of the rental / lease agreement or by water account information.
You will be required to post a copy of the permit on the location of the garage sale throughout the duration of the sale.
Community garage sales do not count against your three allowed sales per year.
If the applicant does not notify the Planning & Development Department the following business day, the garage sale will be counted. Permit fees will not be refunded under any circumstances.
Items must be placed at least seven feet back from the curb and at least five feet from the sides of the property.
The garage sale will be counted as a sale for the property on which it takes place. The number of families in the garage sale is not restricted.