Minnesota State Statutes and Savage City Code regulates the placement of campaign signs. Below is a short summary of some of these regulations:
No signs shall be placed in the public right-of-way (in most cases, at least 15 feet behind the curb or behind the sidewalk).
Campaign/political signs must contain the name and address of the person or committee responsible for the sign and its removal following an election.
In state general election years, there is no size limit for campaign/political signs posted from August 1 until ten days after the general election.