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Posted on: July 26, 2018

New sign-free zone - effective July 26, 2018


The attached image is the updated Sign Free Zone, effective July 26, 2018. The following link is to an interactive map of the area: 

Portable campaign signs for candidates and signs of political committees supporting/opposing a candidate or ballot measure are permitted on private property in all zoning districts with the consent of the property owner. The total amount of portable signage allowed on private property is limited. Private commercial properties are allowed to display twenty-four (24) square feet of portable signage, while private residential properties are allowed to display sixteen (16) square feet of portable signage. It is up to the individual property owners to decide how much, if any, of their portable signage allotment will be devoted to portable campaign signs. The City does not regulate when these signs may be placed on private property or for how long. 

Portable signs may not be placed on City property nor in City or State right-of-way. Campaign signs may not be placed in locations hazardous to public safety, obstructing clear vision, or in areas that interfere with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 United States Code, §§ 12101 through 12213 and 47 United States Code §§ 225 and 611). 

For additional information on portable signs see City Code 10-50.100.090 Portable Signs. 

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