Garage Sales require a City of Dallas permit which can be obtained online and paid for at any public library.
Download the City of Dallas Garage Sale Application for May 2014
City of Dallas website:
A Garage Sale Permit is required Before conducting a garage sale.
A garage sale permit can be purchased at any Dallas Public Library location.
For additional information on garage sales, please see Rules & Regulations, Frequently Asked Questions or contact Code Compliance at (214) 670-5708.
Garage Sale FAQs at The City of Dallas website
Published on May 2, 2014
Now that spring is almost here many Bryan Place residents will have completed their spring cleaning and are ready for a big garage sale. Before you post notices, there are a few tips to keep in mind to ensure that you’re in compliance with city code and also keeping Bryan Place beautiful.
- The City of Dallas allows only two garage sales each year per property, with each sale lasting no longer than three days.
- Garage Sale signs can only be placed on the property where the sale is taking place, meaning no signs are permitted in the right‐of‐way or in the median.
- Signs placed other than on the property where the sale is occurring may be removed and you are subject to being ticketed.
You can also post notices to the public about your garage sale on the city’s website.
Click here to add your sale to the Dallas City Hall website
Published on March 7, 2014
The Bryan Place Neighborhood Association (BPNA) is charged with reviewing changes to the exterior of our homes. This information will help document proposed changes to your home and secure the proper review specified in our bylaws and your deed covenants.
Published on September 10, 2013
We would like to remind everyone who has plans to make exterior changes to their properties to always secure permits, check your deed restrictions, and seek approval from affected neighbors by completing the application for improvements found below and in your neighborhood telephone directory.
This not only protects the integrity of our neighborhood, but may avoid potential lawsuits if covenants aren’t followed.
Please remember to complete a form and send it to a BPNA board member for board approval at board meetings before starting construction.
Published on August 19, 2012