“Hey Bungalower, I’ve got a question for you! How long can these election signs stay up for? They’re littering up our neighborhoods.”
The answer, according to Section 64.252.0 Political Campaign Signs, is “Removal. Campaign signs installed on private property will be permitted for a period not to extend beyond forty-eight (48) hours after the campaign issue has been decided unless the sign is permitted as a portion of the maximum allowable signage allocated to the property for permanent signage pursuant to Section 64.201 of this Chapter.”
Which means any sign out there right now should have been removed already.
Editor’s Note: We heard a great idea the other day that suggested that the “losers” of an election should be the ones to have to go around the City and clean up the election signs.