TITLE 92: TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
SUBCHAPTER f: HIGHWAYS
PART 522 CONTROL OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING ADJACENT TO PRIMARY AND INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS
SECTION 522.30 SIGNS REQUIRING PERMITS AND REGISTRATIONS
Section 522.30 Signs Requiring Permits and Registrations
The following types of signs may be erected and maintained only after a permit or registration has been issued by the Department. Further, existing signs erected pursuant to the
Act can only be re-erected or improved (any change that adds value to the sign) subsequent to the receipt of a permit (see Section 522.50, Permit Application Contents).
a) Signs along Interstate highways that advertise the sale or lease of property on which they are located;
b) On premise signs located along Interstate highways;
c) Signs located along Interstate highways that provide information relative to lodging, food, outdoor recreational facilities or automotive service facilities;
d) Signs in business areas other than directional signs, official signs, official notices, public utility signs, or those non-business area signs described in subsections (a), (b), and (c);
e) Any sign listed in subsections (a) through (d) that, after receiving a permit or a registration, is erected again, is enlarged or extended by the sign owner. These signs shall require new permits and payment of the application fee.
(Source: Amended at 35 Ill. Reg. 8523, effective May 17, 2011)