If you’re looking for a billboard in Austin’s downtown, this is the article for you.
Austin has some of the highest average billboard use in the country, according to Nielsen’s Billboard Top 200.
And according to billboard use by Austinites, there’s a lot to like.
Here are some things to know before you buy a billboard: 1.
You may need to get a permit if you want to use a billboard.
It can take up to five business days to get approved.
The billboard can’t be displayed in a public place, like a park or a public square.
You can’t have multiple billboards in the same location.
You have to get permission from the city to use any billboard on a building or road.
It must be a permanent sign.
The city says it’s not the city’s responsibility to get approval for billboards.
It is the property owner’s responsibility.
The state, however, has the responsibility for approval.
The Texas Department of Transportation says a billboard cannot be over 1,000 feet in height.
But that is a guideline.
If a billboard is a little over 1 1/2 feet tall, it’s OK. 6.
The maximum height allowed on a billboard varies based on the building.
The height of a billboard on top of a building is 1,750 feet.
That’s higher than a billboard at the side of a road, but still below a billboard above the top of the street.
Austin is the only city in the nation that allows public display of billboards.
Austin City Council is considering a bill that would allow billboards to be installed on a public sidewalk.
A billboard is not the only form of advertising.
You’ll find signs, banners and signs that are not billboards.
They may be printed, hung on poles, or even on the sides of buildings.
You’re allowed to display a sign that is at least 300 feet long and 200 feet wide.
The sign must have a location.
You must also include a statement that says “The billboard is the sole property of the City of Austin.”
The statement must be clear and not be misleading.
The signage is not visible from a building.
You are not allowed to have any billboard in front of a window or door.
You cannot put up more than 10 signs.
You do not need to have a billboard as large as 10 feet tall.
The size of a sign is determined by the building and the area that the billboard is located in.
You will need to show the size of the sign to anyone that comes into the area.
A sign must not be visible to people outside of the building or the public.
If you want more than one billboard, you’ll need to apply for a permit to place more than 20 billboards on the same property.
If the city approves the permits, the city will put up a sign at the location that’s bigger than 20 feet tall and 300 feet wide, plus a larger billboard.
The public must be allowed to view the billboard, and it must be visible from the public right of way.
It has to be permanent.
If it’s a small sign, you’re not allowed a second billboard for a period of one year.
The billboards must be clearly marked, and they can’t show up on the sidewalk or park.
The signs have to be placed in a way that prevents people from blocking the highway.
The road has to pass through it and no vehicles have to pass underneath it. 21.
The only time a billboard can be removed is by the city if the signs are not being displayed or if they’re blocking the public’s right of access to the street or sidewalks.
The City of South Austin can enforce its sign ordinances.
If an ordinance is violated, the City can file a complaint with the Texas Attorney General’s office.
If there’s an ongoing complaint, the Attorney General can file charges against the person responsible for violating the ordinance.
The Attorney General will then review the complaint and decide whether or not to file charges.
The fees are about $75 for a one-day permit and $75 per day for a month-long permit.
The monthly fee can be increased by $25 for each additional day.
A city ordinance requires a permit application and a $150 fee to be filed with the city clerk.
The permit application must be completed and signed by a city official.
A complaint will be filed if the ordinance is not followed.
If someone violates the ordinance, they can be fined $100.
The license plate of a vehicle is not required to display the sign.
It’s a private right of passage.
You need a permit and a photo ID to operate a billboard, but you can’t charge a fee to get one.
A local ordinance prohibits the display of a