Outdoor Advertising

Billboards are allowed, by statute, in commercial and industrial areas consistent with size, lighting and spacing provisions as agreed to by the state and federal governments. At the federal level, the Highway Beautification Act of 1965 controls outdoor advertising along Federal-Aid Primary, Interstate and National Highway System roads. It allows the location of billboards, mandates a state compliance program with standards, promotes the removal of illegal signs and requires just compensation for takings.

Here on LawServer you’ll find relevant state laws about outdoor advertising.