North Las Vegas air quality dust control signs are mandated by Clark County Air Quality Management for construction projects. Since Las Vegas is the desert and built on dust, it only seems reasonable that we do not want a lot of dust in the air that we breathe.
North Las Vegas air quality dust control signs information can be found at the Clark County, Nevada web address, http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/airquality/compliance/Pages/Compliance_DustPermits.aspx.Generally speaking, for a construction project that is less than 10 acres, a 4ft x 4ft ]dust control sign is needed and for more than 10 acres, a 4ft x 8ft dust control sign is required. Failure to have the proper dust control sign in place can result in fines and revocation of the building permits. The sign needs to be a certain size with the minimum height of text and certain language on the sign and posted in a conspicuous place on the construction site location. Specifics can be found at the above web address of Clark County.
North Las Vegas air quality dust control signs are made with wood or aluminum. I prefer the aluminum because it will not rust or get wood rot over a period of time. A e-panel aluminum sign is lightweight and long lasting as it has a filler substrate mounted between 2 outer aluminum panels that also gives it a nice finish.
Dust control signs are not expensive with the 4ft x 4ft dust control sign going for less than $100 and the bigger 4ft x 8ft aluminum sign going for about $175.00. These signs are easily mounted to 4″ x 4″ wood posts and can be moved rather easily since they are lightweight. Even though they are lightweight, believe me when I say they are tough and long lasting. Contact a local sign shop in the Clark County area and see how these dust control signs look.