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The election season is upon us. We would like to take this opportunity to provide some information on the regulations for placing campaign signs. Campaign signs are permitted on private property with the homeowner’s permission. Signs are not allowed on public property or utilities. This includes the boulevard area as described in § 11-9-2 of the WCC: the part of the public right of way not covered by sidewalk or other paving, laying between the property line and the curb line of any street. In the absence of a curb, the curb line of a street shall be deemed to be the edge of that portion of the public right of way maintained and open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel.
As stated in §11-5-4-A -9d, temporary signs displayed prior to, during and after elections, not exceeding six (6) square feet per face in Residential Districts, and not exceeding thirty-two (32) square feet in other districts, to be removed no later than seven (7) days after the final election. If you have any questions pertaining to the size and location of signs, please contact Michael Samdahl, Code Compliance Officer, email@example.com.