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State of Georgia

Summary of Georgia Law
It is illegal and a public nusiance to place a sign, signal or other devices within the right-of-way of any public roadway in the State of Georgia. Campaign signs are also illegal in the right-of-way. It is illegal to obstruct or deface a traffic control device. Local officials may direct the removal of illegal signs in the right-of-way.

An exact determination of the right-of-way might require a property survey, however, it is typically the unpaved area between the edge of the roadway and utility poles and can be over fifty feet wide.

Georgia Code
21-2-3 - Georgia Election Code sign restrictions
32-6-50 - Defacement of traffic control devices
32-6-51 - Signs in the Right of Way

Regulations for all types of signs along State and National Highways:
32-6-70
32-6-71
32-6-72
32-6-73
32-6-74
32-6-75
32-6-75.1
32-6-75.2
32-6-75.3
32-6-76
32-6-77
32-6-78
32-6-79
32-6-80
32-6-81
32-6-82
32-6-83
32-6-84
32-6-85
32-6-86
32-6-87
32-6-88
32-6-89
32-6-90
32-6-91
32-6-92
32-6-93
32-6-94
32-6-95
32-6-96
32-6-97

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