Election Campaign Signs

Minnesota State Statutes and the Edina City Code regulate the placement of campaign signs. For the 2022 State Primary and General Elections, Minn. Stat. 211B.045 regulates the placement of campaign signs.

Campaign signs can be placed in yards and City right-of-way:

  • June 23 until November 18 (46 days before election and until 10 days after the general election)

Scroll to the bottom of this page to see a sketch design of where to properly place campaign signs on residential and commercial properties.

Campaign Sign Rules

  • One campaign sign per residential property may be posted from 46 days before the state primary election until 10 days following the general election.
  • One campaign sign is allowed on residential property placed 10 feet from traveled portion of roadway with property owner’s permission.  
  • Campaign signs should not interfere with regulatory signs and traffic control devices.
  • Campaign signs should not impede the view at intersections.
  • Campaign signs should not be attached to trees, rocks or power poles.
  • Campaign signs should not be placed on parkland, other publicly owned property or bridges/overpasses.
  • Illegally placed signs will be removed by our community service officers when we receive complaints. Signs will be stored at City Hall next to the Police Department on Eden Avenue. Pick up your campaign sign from here any time - you do not need to make arrangements.

Read the city sign ordinance. For placement, see the diagram below or view the illustration of campaign rules (PDF).

Election Campaign Signs Illustration