No Trespassing Sign – Private Property Sign (ARS 13-1502-1504)
24″ x 18″ – .040 Painted White Aluminum – 1-1/2” Radius Corners, 2x – 3/8” Holes
Whether in the Phoenix area or anywhere in Arizona, property owners may submit an “authority to arrest” form. This grants police officers permission to patrol the property and arrest trespassers. Per the terms of the power granted by the city, authority-to-arrest property owners must display a no trespassing sign at all reasonable entrances and at regular intervals on the property boundary. The City of Phoenix recommends these signs be at least 18″ x 24″, specifically mention the A.R.S. 1502 trespassing law, and appear in both English and Spanish languages.
Guidelines for No Trespassing Sign – Private Property Sign from the City of Phoenix:
1. The signs should measure at least 18 inches by 24 inches, and be made of metal.
2. The signs must be bilingual in both English and Spanish.
3. These signs are available at most realty sign stores and must have the Arizona Revised Statute 13-1502 A1 for “no trespassing” and state “private property.”
4. Owner or responsible party must install signs at all common or reasonable entrances to the property.
5. It is recommended that all signs be installed with permanent screws to prevent easy removal, and placed high enough from ground level to discourage removal or graffiti.
To learn more visit: Phoenix.gov/PhxCares