The City of El Paso Environmental Services Department through its Beautification Program removes signs placed in parkways that violate city ordinances. Signs, such as those for a garage or yard sale, are allowed on a parkway but certain rules must be followed.
A permit is not required to place a sign on a parkway. However, the sign must be portable because it has to be removed on a daily basis. Other sign requirements include how it’s constructed, the material used to make it and the size. Residents who fail to comply with sign regulations are subject to City enforcement which may include a citation and a fine.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR SIGN REGULATIONS FOR PARKWAYS
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Do I need a permit to put a sign in my neighborhood?
Can I put a sign anywhere I want?
What kind of sign can be placed on the parkway?
Is there a size and height limitation to signs?
Can I leave a sign on the parkway permanently?
What happens to signs that don’t meet city code requirements and are picked up by the City?
Can I be fined if I don’t comply with the city code for signs in parkways?
Additional questions on sign regulations for parkways can be answered by viewing Title 15 and 20 of the El Paso Municipal Code
online or by calling the Code Compliance Division at (915) 599-6290.