Are signs permitted in the right-of-way?

No. If signs are found in the right-of-way, the Township will remove and dispose of them. This is in accordance with the Liberty Township Zoning Resolution 9.2.3 Prohibited Signs which reads as follows:

(7) No signs shall be displayed at locations other than on the premises offered for sale or rent, business, or any other use that the sign is advertising or displaying, whether permanent or temporary, except for Article 9.4.7 (Billboards and Off-Premise Signs). See also Ohio Revised Code references for temporary signage: 5516.02 and 5516.06. 

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1. Are signs permitted in the right-of-way?
2. Do you have a list of streets you will be repaving / restriping each year?
3. What other significant road projects are happening or will be happening in Liberty Township?
4. Are there any rules about parking large vehicles in the street?
5. Are residents allowed to temporarily have a storage POD or dumpster in the driveway or in front of a home?
6. How is snow removal handled in Liberty Township?
7. What if my mailbox is damaged during a snow event?
8. Does Liberty Township have a leaf collection program?