Eugene Councilors Pass Sign Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council passed what some are calling a victory for First Amendment rights. It agreed to change the city’s sign code, essentially lifting certain restrictions. People in Eugene can now have two signs in their yards year-round–about the size of a typical campaign sign.

Eugene Council Discusses Sign Code

EUGENE, Ore. — The American Civil Liberties Union is pushing the Eugene City Council to make amendments to the city’s sign code. Amendments to the code were once again up for discussion at the council’s work session. Proposed amendments include allowing two signs or banners on all residential properties permit free. Each of those could … Continue reading »

Eugene Seeks to Simplify Its Sign Code

EUGENE, Ore. — After questions from the American Civil Liberties Union, the City of Eugene is trying to simplify its sign code. The ACLU questioned some exemption’s constitutionality. City Council discussed allowing only two signs per one-family household or duplex without a permit. Signs would also be limited to 12 square feet. No decisions were … Continue reading »