Editor's Note — Ord. no. 7373 §1, adopted November 19, 2012, repealed section 605.440 "distribution of handbills" in its entirety. Former section 605.440 derived from R.O. 2007 §§3-18 — 3-23; and ord. no. 4778 §1, 11-7-83.
[R.O. 2007 §3-1; Rev. Ords. 1951 §22.1220]
No person shall post any bills, signs, posters or advertisements on any buildings, fences, poles or other property belonging to another without the consent of the owner thereof. Such consent shall be secured in writing and such written consent shall be exhibited by the person having the same to any Police Officer on demand.
Cross Reference — As to offenses against property, §§210.290 et seq.
[R.O. 2007 §3-2; Rev. Ords. 1951 §22.1390]
No person shall erect or place any sign or banner of wood, cloth, metal or other material across any street or sidewalk in the City without permission by the City Manager.
[R.O. 2007 §3-3]
It shall be unlawful for any person to advertise, or attempt to advertise, by marking or painting on any of the streets or sidewalks within the City.
[R.O. 2007 §3-4]
Signs, banners, billboards and similar structures and objects directly relating to charitable, historical, religious or other civic services and non-profit activities may be installed in the public rights-of-way upon a permit issued by the City Council.