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MUNICIPAL CODE City of OMAHA, NEBRASKA Codified through Ord. No. 35998, enacted July 16, 2002. (Supplement No. 21)
    Chapter 3 ADVERTISING*
        ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL
                    Sec. 3-2. Posting generally.

Sec. 3-2.  Posting generally.

It shall be unlawful for any person to post, tack, nail, attach or in any other manner fasten bills, circulars, posters, notices, papers, or other advertising matter of any description to any pole, tree, structure or any other property, public or private, without the written consent of the owner or occupant of such property.

(Code 1980, 3-2)
Cross references: Unauthorized placement of signs, 20-161.
Sec. 3-3.  Posting of legal notices.

Nothing contained in section 3-2 of this chapter shall be construed to prohibit the posting of legal notices by public officers in the performance of a public duty in the manner and in the places prescribed by law or ordinance.

(Code 1980, 3-3)
Sec. 3-4.  Marking on streets or sidewalks prohibited.

It shall be unlawful for any person to advertise, or attempt to advertise, by marking or painting on any of the streets or sidewalks within the city.

(Code 1980, 3-4)
Cross references: Streets, other public ways, ch. 34.
Sec. 3-5.  Placement of signs in right-of-way for civic or nonprofit events.

Signs, banners, billboards and similar structures and objects directly relating to charitable, historical, religious or other civic services and nonprofit activities may be installed in the public rights-of-way upon a permit issued by the permits and inspections division of the public safety department.

(Code 1980, 3-5)
Cross references: Streets, other public ways, ch. 34; signs, ch. 51.
Sec. 3-6.  Destroying lawful posters.

It shall be unlawful for any person to wrongfully and maliciously tear down, deface or cover up any posted advertisement or bill of any person when the same is lawfully posted and put up and during the time such sign or advertisement shall be of value.

(Code 1980, 3-6)
Cross references: Offenses against property, 20-151 et seq.
State law references: Criminal mischief, R.R.S. 1943, 28-519.
Sec. 3-7.  Attaching stickers to vehicles.

It shall be unlawful for any person to attach any gummed sticker to any vehicle within the city without the consent of the owner of such vehicle.

(Code 1980, 3-7)
Cross references: Motor vehicles, ch. 16.
Sec. 3-8.  Misleading and untrue statements.

It shall be unlawful for any person to make any statement or assertion in the city, in any newspaper or other periodical or by public advertisements or by letter or circular or by sign or display card, or in any other manner or by any other means, directly or indirectly, concerning the quality, quantity, value, price, method of manufacture or producing of such merchandise or professional work or the manner or source of purchase of such merchandise, or the name under which the store, business or profession is conducted, or the purpose of any sale, which is untrue or calculated to mislead; provided, however, that this section shall not be deemed to apply to newspapers in accepting advertisements from advertisers, it being the purpose and intent of this section to prohibit any person from falsely or deceitfully advertising any business or profession and not to regulate the business of newspaper advertisements.

(Code 1980, 3-8)