Is it legal to put fliers on cars?

Is it legal to put fliers on cars?

If you own the parking lot property, it’s probably legal to place flyers under car windshield wipers unless a local ordinance otherwise prohibits it. If you own the property, you’re probably free to place flyers on cars; if you don’t, be sure to get permission from the venue owner.

Are church parking lots free?

Church parking lots are private property, much like businesses that serve as popular free camping sites. Even if a church is willing to let an RVer camp overnight, they can’t override local ordinances.

How many cars are in the church parking lot?

The church main parking lot holds about 200 cars. The have leased about 100 of the parking spaces to a clinical research business that’s about a block away. Employees of that business park there about 10 hours per day, five days per week and a shuttle van runs back and forth to the business.

Is it possible to broadcast a church service from a car?

With the FM Transmitter offered by our partner company Broadcastvision Entertainment, churches can broadcast a message to people listening to the radio while sitting in their cars. Here’s how the FM Transmitter works: Broadcast your service 300+ feet in all directions.

Do you need fencing for a church parking lot?

Landscape screening or fencing should be required for virtually all non-residential parking facilities, including lots owned by churches, non-profits, and businesses, when those lots are adjacent to or across the street from residential land uses.

Do you need Conditional Use Permit for church parking?

1. All churches erected now should be subject to a conditional use permit. Conditions should speak specifically to times of the day and week when major activity is expected, to parking arrangements, and to any kind of lease of any part of the facilities to businesses.