County roads - saysWhere can these signs be placed?
Class C misdemeanor, that $6250 fine.ORS 368.942
Posting notices, signs or pictures on structures within county road right of way prohibited
Except as provided in ORS 368.950 (Applicability of ORS 368.942 and 368.945), no person may paste, paint, brand or in any manner whatever place or attach to any building, fence, gate, bridge, tree, rock, board, structure or anything whatever within the limits of the right of way of any county road any written, printed or painted advertisement, bill, notice, sign, picture, card or poster, except within the limits of any incorporated city through which the county road runs. [1973 c.462 §2]
I don't know how to identify the limits of 'right of way' when looking at a road. Might be 'if it is not in the right of way, it's private', which would be
ODOT saysCounty Roads
Posting notices, signs or pictures within view of county road on property of another without consent prohibited
No person may paste, paint, brand or in any manner whatever place or attach to any building, fence, gate, bridge, tree, rock, board, structure or anything whatever on the property of another within view of a county road, without the written consent of the owner or person entitled to possession of such property, any written, printed or painted advertisement, bill, notice, sign, picture, card or poster. [1973 c.462 §5]
"Campaign signs, as well as yard sale signs and other unauthorized notices, are not allowed to be placed on state highway right of way," said Luci Moore, ODOT State Maintenance and Operations engineer. "Our crews will remove the signs and store them for 30 days."
State right of way width varies, stretching from curb-to-curb within some cities, to 200 or more feet beyond the pavement in other locations.
City of Cottage Grove says
And things like cross street banners are allowed only on Main Street here, and require a permit.9.24.090 Requirements for posted notices.
No person shall affix a placard, bill or poster upon personal or real property, private or public, without first obtaining permission from the owner or from the proper public authority. (Ord. 2410 §123, 1981)