CAN YOU BE FOUND IN AN EMERGENCY?
Boone County Planning and Development Services is responsible for issuing physical property addresses and E911 reflective signs in the unincorporated areas of the County and the Cities of Fraser and Berkley. These procedures are necessary in order to ensure proper quality control and data management operations.
Q: How do I get a physical Address?
A: First, you must obtain a Zoning Permit and identify the location of the driveway. Pay the $30.00 E911 nominal fee and receive a reflective green 911 sign and galvanized post.
Q: How do I get a replacement E911 sign?
A: Pay a $20.00 nominal E911 fee and receive a replacement reflective green 911 sign and galvanized post.
Q: How long do I have to install a permanent county prescribed reflective sign on my property or place of business?
A: Within 15 days after assignment of a number under the rural address system. .
Q: Where on my property should I install my permanent E911 reflective sign?
A: Emergency 911 reflective sign shall be installed on your side of the road, near the left side of the driveway entrance (as you enter your property), and clearly visible from the main road.
Q: Am I required to install an Emergency 911 reflective sign on my property?
A: Yes. Boone County Ordinance #10, Uniform Rural Address System, set the standards which all rural address numbers are assigned in the unincorporated areas of the county and the Cities of Fraser and Berkley.
Also, Boone County Rural Address System Resolution set the standards for property number and sign location.
Q: What could happen to me if I don’t install a permanent E911 reflective sign on my property?
A: Boone County Ordinance #10 states that any person found in violation of this ordinance shall be subject to up to $100.00 penalty per violation until such time the violation is corrected.