How do all these signs get in yards all over Cheyenne, they are popping up like flowers everywhere you turn.

But even though it seems like they are everywhere and just affixed to everything, there are rules.

In February, Cheyenne City Council passed an ordinance that outlined the restrictions for election signs. The new ordinance was in response to a lawsuit brought against the city complaining the old restrictions violated constitutional rights. Wow suing over signs.

Now, there are no limits on size, amount, and time signs can be up. Signs just have to be on private property. Signs can't disrupt line of sight in traffic, and while it varies, the general rule for signs on corners have to be 35 feet out from the corner.

What happens after the election is another story I will follow, the disposing of the signs.