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Posted on: August 7, 2018

Temporary Signs Are Not Allowed in Rights-of-Way

Temporary signs are not allowed in City rights-of-way

Just a reminder that political, real estate, garage sale signs, etc. are not allowed on City rights-of-way.

803.3. Temporary signs: All political signs, real estate signs, garage sale signs, or other signs of a temporary nature for a personal gain shall conform with the following requirements:

a. No temporary signs of any nature shall be attached to any public utility pole or shall be installed within the right-of-way of a public road or street.
b. It shall be the responsibility of the owner of the property on which the temporary sign is located to see that the sign is removed after the event occurs to which it pertains.
c. Temporary signs shall not exceed eight square feet in face area.
d. Temporary signs shall be located at least ten feet from any property line.

Cross reference— Signs on poles prohibited, § 94-3.

803.0 Additional Sign Regulations
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