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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 30. Department of Transportation
Chapter 121. Comprehensive Roadside Management Program
3/28/2020

24VAC30-121-20. Participation.

A. Eligible entities. A local government, private business, community, individual, or civic organization may fully fund the development, establishment, or maintenance, or any combination of these, of landscaping a segment of the right-of-way upon application to, and approval by, a designated department representative. Such entities are eligible to participate as:

1. A single local government;

2. A local government partnership between one or more contiguous local governments; or

3. A private business, civic organization, community or individual through sponsorship by a local government or local government partnership. Such entities are eligible to participate as a donor through the local government by providing to the local government cash or noncash contributions.

B. Acknowledgement signs. Signs acknowledging the name or logo, or both, of participating entities may be authorized for erection at the project site in accordance with 24VAC30-121-40 D 2. However, no acknowledgment signs installed pursuant to this program shall remain in place for more than 10 years.

C. In addition to the specifications in 24VAC30-121-40 D 2, in order to be recognized on an acknowledgement sign, an entity must provide a minimum cash or in-kind contribution to the permittee for the landscaping activity as specified below. Such contribution shall allow an acknowledgement sign for five years, unless the need arises for removal or relocation of the sign. Cost of the acknowledgement sign shall not count toward the minimum contribution requirement.

1. Noncontrolled access primary and secondary highways: $7,500 contribution.

2. Controlled access primary and secondary highways: $8,500 contribution.

3. Interchanges on controlled access primary and secondary highways: $10,000 contribution.

4. Interstate interchanges: $20,000 contribution.

Statutory Authority

§§ 33.2-210 and 33.2-265 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 22, Issue 10, eff. February 22, 2006.

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