§ 158.029  POLITICAL SIGNS.
   (A)   No sign having a political purpose, as defined by Iowa Code § 68A.102, shall be placed or erected on city-owned property of any kind, including but not limited to street rights-of-way. Signs having a political purpose may be placed or located anywhere on private property without limitation on size or number, or restriction on when or for how long such sign is displayed, to the extent that state or federal laws prohibit any such limitations or restrictions, provided that all such signs shall comply with vision clearance triangle regulations; shall not endanger the public health, safety or general welfare for any reason; and shall comply with all provisions of Iowa Code § 68A.406.
   (B)   To the extent that state and federal laws do not restrict local limitations or restrictions on the size and duration of signs pertaining to the election of political candidates, then such campaign signs shall not be erected more than 45 days prior to the election to which they pertain and shall be removed within seven days after the date of said election, and shall not exceed 32 square feet in area.
(Title VII, Ch. 17, § 3.16)  (Ord. 2013-01, passed 4-3-2013)  Penalty, see § 158.999