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Illegal Sign Removal

Metro Code

Signs placed on utility poles and public right of ways are unsightly and violate Metro Code.

Metro Code 17.32.050 Prohibited signs.

(F) Signs erected on public property, or on private property (such as private utility poles) located on public property, other than signs erected by public authority for public purposes or as otherwise authorized by the metropolitan council.

Metro Code 6.04.010 Prohibited on posts and poles.

It is unlawful for any person to affix in any manner any sign, placard, poster, card, banner or other indicia of the interests of any person, group or organization on any post or pole, including, but not limited to, light and telephone poles, on any street, sidewalk, thoroughfare or public right-of-way within the jurisdiction of the metropolitan government.

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Graffiti is a crime, punishable by a fine of up to $500! Report it by calling Metro's Graffiti Hotline: (615) 880 2444