Bandit Signs

The City of Mesquite has a program to eliminate the placement of illegal bandit signs in the community, and is asking the public to help remove them. Small advertisement signs placed in public rights-of-way and on utility or traffic control poles are considered bandit signs. It is illegal to place a bandit sign in public rights-of-way, which is the area of street, median and sidewalk between utility poles. 

However, with the permission of the property owner, it is legal to place a sign on private property. This includes a private residence, a business, a school or a park. If the public is unsure about a sign, call Environmental Code at 972-216-6276 or submit a question here.

Watch the story Mesquite Wants Citizens to Tear Down Bandit Signs.

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