Deadlines to remove campaign signs approaching - Tucson News Now

Deadlines to remove campaign signs approaching

Signs must be taken down by the same people who put them up. (Source: Tucson News Now) Signs must be taken down by the same people who put them up. (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The election is over and some campaign signs lining the streets of Tucson will need to be removed.

According to policies in Pima County, political signs must be taken down 10 days after an election and after 15 days in the City of Tucson.

However, not everyone can remove the signs. They need to be taken down by those who originally put them up. 

If signs are still up for candidates, the city and county would like to know. 

In Pima County, call 740-2639.

In Tucson, call 791-5843.

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