Sign Rules

These rules govern the placement of signs on state highway right of way, for example: tourist oriented directional signs (TODS), business logo signs, memorial signage, etc.

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7CSR 10-17Supplemental Guide Sign Program
7CSR 10-17.020PURPOSE: This rule provides definitions of terms. Full Text DownloadGive Us Your Comments
7CSR 10-17.030PURPOSE: This rule provides information concerning obtaining,
maintaining, and cost for signing.
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7CSR 10-17.040PURPOSE: This rule defines the require­ments necessary for an
entity to qualify for Tourist Oriented Directional Signing (TODS)
signing. 
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7CSR 10-17.050PURPOSE: This rule defines the require­ments necessary for an
entity to qualify for Logo signing. 
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7CSR 10-17.060PURPOSE: This rule defines the requirements necessary for an
entity to qualify for traffic generator signing.
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7CSR 10-27David's Law Signing
7CSR 10-27.010PURPOSE: This rule provides definitions of terms applicable to
David’s Law authorizing drunk driving victim memorial signs.
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7CSR 10-27.020PURPOSE: This rule provides eligibility requirements to obtain a
drunk driving victim memorial sign under David’s Law.
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7CSR 10-27.030PURPOSE: This rule provides the design and installation
requirements for drunk driving victim memorial signs under
David’s Law.
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7CSR 10-27.040PURPOSE: This rule provides the procedure to administer
David’s Law authorizing drunk driving memorial signs.
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