Are political signs regulated by the City?
Content of political signs is not regulated by the City. Certain aspects such as size and placement may be regulated. Political signs may be placed on private property but NOT on the public right-of-way portion or boulevard (ie between sidewalk and curb) or where they interfere with clear vision. Political signs require the permission of the property owner before placement. Signs may be up to 8 square feet for residential areas and 12 square feet in commercial. Signs may be placed for election candidates or proposals once they are officially approved for an election cycle. Signs must be promptly removed after 10 days post General or Special election. Signs along State Highways are regulated by MDOT and may be viewed at the link below:Political Signs along State roads and highways

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