All these signs are very common and have always been illegal. As a reminder, posting your signs isn't just illegal, it's unsightly and can be dangerous to the public. For more information about illegal signs or to report a violation, call 602-534-4444 or email email@example.com.
Flags, banners, pennants and streamers
Signs in the right-of-way
Portable ground or A-frame signs
Vehicle mounted signs
Vehicle or trailer mounted signs may be used if ALL of the following requirements are met:
- Primary purpose of the vehicle/equipment is not to display signage.
- Signs are magnetic, decals or painted on an integral part of the vehicle as designed by the manufacturer.
- Vehicle/equipment is in operating condition and currently registered and licensed to operate on public streets. Vehicle must be actively used in the daily function of the business to which the sign relates.
- Vehicle/equipment cannot be used primarily as static displays, advertising a product or service or used as storage or shelter.
- During periods of inactivity exceeding 48 hours, vehicles/equipment are not parked or placed where signs are generally displayed to the public. Vehicles or equipment used for active construction projects and the on-premise storage of equipment/vehicles offered to the public for rent or lease are not subjected to this requirement.
Sign maintenance and repair
Sign area is based on the length of the wall occupied by the business, generally one-square foot of sign area for each foot of building elevation. All businesses are allowed a minimum of 50 square feet.
Window signs generally are prohibited if they exceed 30 percent of any window area or placed on glass doors.