Here are the rules for garage, estate sale signs in order to comply with city code

Spring and summer bring out garage, home and estate sales. These handy sales can help defray costs for clothing, books and tool needs as well as furniture and even odd things you've bought at garage sales.

Molalla has a set of six rules necessary to be compliant with city code for all garage or home sales. Most important, one sign is allowed at the sale's premises and three can be put up around the neighborhood. Sales can use A-frame signs.

Others rules for code compliance follow. It's important to place signs out of the public's right of way such as streets and sidewalks. Residents can't fix signs to trees, utility poles or traffic control devices and signs.

Signs should be six-feet square or less and should not be higher than three feet. Signs are allowed after 8 a.m. on the first day of the sale and should be taken down before 7 p.m. on the last day. Signs should not create a traffic hazard, impede pedestrian passage or create a public nuisance.

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