Are political yard signs allowed?
Yes, and here are the rules associated with political yard signs:
In accordance with Colorado law, the HRCA does not prohibit or regulate the display of flags, yard signs, or window signs on the basis of their subject matter, message, or content. Adopted June 15, 2021 27 A. Location. Signs may only be displayed on property wholly-owned by the homeowner or in a window of the unit. Flags may only be displayed on Committee-approved flagpoles, in a window, or on a balcony adjoining the unit. B. Quantity. No more than two signs may be displayed on any Privately Owned Site, except that during the period commencing 45 days before any state or local election, and ending seven days after any state or local election only (“Election Period”), up to fifteen signs may be displayed on any Privately Owned Site. No more than two flags may be displayed on any Privately Owned Site, except that during the Election Period only, up to five flags may be displayed on any Privately Owned Site. C. Dimensions. Yard signs and window signs may be no larger than 18” by 24”. Flags may be no larger than 3’ by 5’. During the Election Period only, five of the permitted yard signs and window signs may be up to 36” by 48”. D. Unless otherwise required by the Federal Flag Code, Pub.L. 94-344; 90 Stat. 810; 4 U.S.C. secs 4 to 10, flags and signs shall not be illuminated. E. Flags and signs must be professionally designed and lettered and must be maintained in a neat manner. Signs may not be constructed of wood or metal, except to the extent necessary to provide a base or support for the sign. F. Signs bearing commercial messages are prohibited unless the sign has been approved by the HRCA Development Review Committee. Vendors and real estate professionals should contact the Development Review Committee to seek approval, which may be a blanket approval.