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    Question: I want to start a business, what is the law on placing signs on street corners and telephone poles?

    Answer: In general, it's illegal to place any type of advertisement on public right-of-ways. Each city (e.g. Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler, etc) has it's own laws prohibiting such activities. For example, the City of Phoenix restricts people posting posters or other notices:
    • No person can place a poster on a sidewalk, curb or other public place
    • No person can place a poster on someone else’s property without first receiving permission
    • No person can place a poster near any public right-of-way
    • Anyone breaking this law may get a fine between $500 and $2500.
    (Ord. No. G-717, § 1; Ord. No. G-4069, § 1, passed 1-21-1998, eff. 2-20-1998)

    Comments
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    On 01/10/08
    alia from AL said:
     it creats pollution and its anoying
    On 09/24/06
    Veronica from AZ said:
    Well when a persons put a yard sale and its been there for 2 weeks and no yard sale, Why don't they get fined for it? Make It a Law Arizona!
    On 06/21/06
    Tim from AZ said:
    Well then why is it that when people put up yard sale signs, they dont get a fine? I mean, it wouldint be hard to do so. The adress is on the box, poster, and signs on telephone poles.
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