"The City of Eagle Mountain is relaxing its rules about posting yard sale and other temporary signs.
Previously, the city did not allow residents to post such signs. The Daily Herald reports Eagle Mountain now will allow signs, but restrictions still are in place.
The rules now allow a yard sale sign to be put up for two days as long as it's registered with the city first. Also, the signs cannot be bigger than 4 square feet.
The city made the changes because many residents were frustrated by the no sign rule.
Other temporary signs, such as those for a lost pet, are allowed to be up longer than two days but need to be removed when they've served their purpose or become an eyesore.
Signs may not be posted on trees, light poles or fences."-KSL.com