Baltimore County residents are asked to be mindful of where they might place their political signage.
County officials are reminding residents during the current political campaign season, that signs may not be placed in county rights-of-way.
"While we love the democratic process and the enthusiasm for the upcoming election," Baltimore County Attorney Mike Field said, "County law prohibits signs from being placed in public rights-of-way."
These signs should be placed on private property with the owner's permission. Signs that violate the code will and deemed illegal will be removed.