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All Signs in Right of Way to be Removed by County

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on June 20, 2020

Let’s work together to keep our roadways safe and uncluttered.

All Signs in Right of Way to be Removed by County

We take pride in the aesthetics of our community, whether in our residential neighborhoods or our commercial corridors. Consequently, all signs, political signs included, in the Right of Ways will be removed by Citrus County Code Compliance and disposed of.

Many citizens do not know that the Citrus County sign ordinance, with a focus on safety and aesthetics, states all signs, of any kind do not belong in our Right of Ways. The Citrus County Sign Ordinance is designed to preserve the uncluttered, attractive appearance that gives our county, the Nature Coast, excellent curb appeal for residents, businesses and visitors.

For additional information or questions on the sign ordinance, please phone 352-527-5239. Let’s work together to keep our roadways safe and uncluttered.

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misujry says

I don’t believe a word of this. Citrus County and all of Florida has the ugliest roadways of any state. If you want to make it aesthetically beautiful get rid of all billboards, especially the electronic ones which are a danger on the road because they catch people’s eyes

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Sherri says

I think the people running for office should be charged to clean it up. Give them one week after the election, then charge them for every one left. Or a fee up front when the place the order at the printer.

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Dor says

Something definitely needs to be done. Maybe removing the signs is a good place to start. There's so much more that needs to be done! Take a look at some of the junk that's piled up around the neglected, unpainted buildings. Fences need repairing and roadside garbage needs to be picked up on a regular basis.

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Charles says

How about, instead of just uprooting the signs; fines are issued to the person advertised on the sign. If code compliance/code enforcement is going to be pulling them down-issue the same kind of fines that would be given to a homeowner that wasn't in compliance.

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