Sep 28, 2020 11:25 PM

City reminds residents of election sign placement rules

Posted Sep 28, 2020 11:25 PM

The City of Salina is reminding residents of city regulations concerning the placement of temporary election signs. Following is information provide by the city.

Single-Family Residential Lots

On private property – an unlimited number of election signs may be placed, but no sign may exceed 8 sq. ft.

On public right-of-way, abutting your own property – an unlimited number of signs may be placed, but no sign may exceed 8 sq. ft. in size.

Apartment Complexes, Nursing Homes, Commercial and Industrial Lots

On private property - up to two signs may be placed, 32 sq. ft. in size, and an unlimited number of signs 8 sq. ft. or less.

On public right-of-way – an unlimited number of signs may be placed, but no individual sign may exceed 8 sq. ft. in size.

Right-of-Way Information

No sign in the right-of-way may exceed 8 sq. ft., regardless of abutting zoning or use.

No sign in the right-of-way may be located in a vision clearance triangle or obstruct visibility at an intersection.

Signs may only be placed in the right-of-way by the property owner abutting the right-of-way or with the permission of the abutting owner. Signs cannot be placed in street medians, or in the right-ofway abutting parks or recreation facilities.

Signs may not be placed on utility poles, street light poles, benches or trees in the public right-of-way.