Awning, canopy, marquee signs, and projecting signs that extend over the City right-of-way, require a revocable license from City Council before receiving a building permit (Section 39-347 of the Ordinance Code). Also, a revocable license agreement is required from the City Council to install groundwater monitoring wells.
Conditions Applicable to the Application for Revocable License Agreement
- Please submit a check payable to the City of Holland for application fees. Payment by credit card is not acceptable.
- A certificate of insurance indicating current general liability coverage, and naming the City of Holland as additional insured, shall be submitted with this application (form below). To ensure timely processing of the Certificate of Insurance, please word the additional insured line as: "The City of Holland and its employees, officers, officials, and agents are additional insureds and wavier of rights of subrogation against the City and its employees, officers, officials, and agents apply."
- Although a Building Permit is also required, it cannot be issued until the Revocable License Agreement is approved by City Council and prepared by the City Attorney. Building permits issued by the Department of Community and Neighborhood Services. All work must comply with applicable regulations and ordinances.
- Please include the legal description of the property.
For more information, please contact the City Manager's office at 616-355-1310.
Change in Fee Notice
Effective January 1, 2023, the fee for an Application for a Revocable License Agreement will increase to $350. All remaining conditions of the Application remain in effect, and the fee is due upon submission of the Application.