Chapter 12.08


12.08.010    Deleted.

12.08.020    Distribution of advertising.

12.08.030    Posting on private property.

12.08.040    Deleted.

12.08.050    Deleted.

    Prior ordinance history: Ordinances 7, 882, 1160 and 1194.

12.08.010 Definitions.

Deleted. (Urg. Ord. 1637 § 1, 2003; Ord. 1638 § 1, 2003; prior code § 4-1.01)

12.08.020 Distribution of advertising.

It is unlawful for any person to cast, scatter and strew, i.e. litter, in the city to or among any other persons in, along, or upon any public street, highway, alley, park, depot or any other public place or into or upon any automobile or other vehicle or conveyance of another person or into or upon any mailbox, porch, yard or any portion of any premises within the city any handbill, poster, dodger, pamphlet or paper containing printed or typewritten matter or advertising or other notice or advertisement. It is unlawful for any matter or materials described in this section to be distributed to any residence or business where the occupant has previously expressed opposition to the distribution of such materials to those responsible for distribution or has posted a sign on the property in opposition to delivery.

The distribution of advertising shall be subject to the special permit procedures set forth in Chapter 5.04 of this code and subsection E of Section 5.08.020 of this code and the reasonable conditions of the chief of police applied pursuant to the special permit process. (Prior code § 4-1.02)

12.08.030 Posting on private property.

It is unlawful for any person to post, print, stick, tack, stamp or otherwise affix or cause the same to be done by any other person, any sign to or upon any building, wall, or part thereof, or to or upon any private property, without the consent of the owner, agent or occupant thereof. (Prior code § 4-1.03)

12.08.040 Handbills and signs on public places and objects prohibited.

Deleted. (Urg. Ord. 1637 § 1, 2003; Ord. 1638 § 1, 2003; prior code § 4-1.04)

12.08.050 English commercial signs required.

Deleted. (Urg. Ord. 1637 § 1, 2003; Ord. 1638 § 1, 2003; prior code § 4-1.10)