Where are outdoor advertising signs prohibited?
There are certain areas where signs are prohibited by law. The following is a partial listing of some of the areas signs are not allowed, such as: • Along scenic byways, which are specially designated highways protected for their scenic or historic value. Existing signs are allowed to remain along scenic byways, but new signs may not be erected. • In the right-of-way of any highway. • Within a stream or drainage canal. • In any location that hinders the clear, unobstructed view of approaching or merging traffic, or obscures from view any traffic sign or other official sign. • In any location that obscures the view of any connecting highway orintersection. Signs may also be prohibited if they are visible from interstate or primary highways and are: • Not maintained in safe condition. • Not clear or in good repair. • Painted, affixed, or attached to any natural feature (rock, tree, etc.) • Simulating or imitating any directional, warning, danger, or information sign. • Intended or likely