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Posted on: May 23, 2022

No Political Signs in the Right-of-Way

No Political Signs

Municipal Code

Political signs pertaining to a specific election may be displayed only on private property, in accordance with Wyo. Stat. § 22-25-115. All political signs shall be removed within five (5) days after the associated election.


State Statute

22-25-115.  Written campaign advertising; prohibiting placement on public property; exception.

Except as provided herein, written campaign advertising shall not be placed on or attached to any real or personal property of the state or its political subdivisions. This prohibition shall not apply to fairgrounds of the Wyoming state fair or of any county fair organized under the laws of this state. The University of Wyoming, any community college and school district may permit such advertising subject to regulation by their governing board as to time, place and manner. Any rules and regulations adopted shall provide for equal access to opposing political views. Subject to the approval of the landowner and any rules and regulations adopted by a municipality, campaign materials may be placed on municipal street rights-of-way. The department of transportation shall allow campaign materials to be placed on a state right-of-way within a municipality to the same extent which the municipality allows campaign materials to be placed on municipal street rights-of-way. Nothing in this section shall apply to any interstate highway.

If you are unsure where the right-of-way is, you can look on the Converse County Mapserver or contact the Community Development Department at 358-2132.

Converse County Map Server

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