Temporary Qualifying Event Directional Sign may be placed within the Town of Marana right-of-way subject to the following conditions:
a. Up to eight Temporary Qualifying Event Directional Signs not exceeding six square feet in area per sign and not greater than 30 inches in height (above adjacent grade), may be located within the Town’s right-of-way for the purpose of providing direction to a qualifying event. Signs shall only be displayed during the event and shall only be displayed between the hours of 7:00 am and 8:00 pm. Signs shall be removed by 8:00 pm on the day of the posting.
b. One sign may be placed at each major change of travel direction along the route to the qualifying event. One additional sign may be placed each mile between changes in travel direction.
c. Signs may be placed within the public right-of-way with a valid sign permit. Signs shall not be placed within a median, on a sidewalk, multi-use path, or pedestrian access ramp. Signs shall not be placed within rights-of-way under the jurisdiction of the Arizona Department of Transportation.
d. On curbed roadways, signs within the public right-of-way shall be placed no less than two feet from the back side of the curb and no less than two feet from a sidewalk or shared-use path. On roadways without curbs, signs shall be placed no less than six feet from the edge of the paved surface. In locations where shared-use paths exist, signs shall not be placed between the path and the paved surface of the roadway unless there is adequate distance to maintain a six-foot setback for the sign from the edge of the roadway and two feet from the path.
e. Sign assemblies shall be constructed of sturdy materials such as metal, wood, or plastic; however, shall not be constructed of materials or to a weight or rigidity that could present a hazard to traffic. Sign assemblies may not be fixed or anchored in the ground within the public right-of-way; however, they should be of sufficient weight and strength to withstand wind gusts, storms, etc. It is the responsibility of the sign owner to ensure that a sign is placed in such a manner as to avoid displacement during windy conditions, or creating a safety hazard to the public.
f. Signs shall not be placed upon any other sign assembly, tree, light pole, traffic signal pole or controller cabinet, utility box, fences, walls, boulders, planters, vehicles, or any other structure.
g. Signs shall be constructed of durable weather-resistant materials and be maintained in such a manner so as to remain free of chipped paint, cracks, loss of text or graphics, etc.