Your City Has to Fix Sign Codes After Reed – But It’s Manageable

By: Lisa Soronen, State & Local Legal Center, Washington, D.C.*

Cities can, should, and must revise their sign codes to comply with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona. While it might not be easy, and all the fixes won’t make perfect sense, Reed provides cities an opportunity to ask themselves what they want their communities to look like and how they can get there creatively and legally.  To learn more, click here.

*The State and Local Legal Center files Supreme Court amicus briefs on behalf of the Big Seven national organizations representing state and local governments: http://www.statelocallc.org/.  This post originally appeared on CitiesSpeak, the official blog of the National League of Cities.

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