Tourist Oriented Directional Signing

What is a TODS sign?
TODS signs are blue and white signs located at rural intersections on the state trunk highway system that give direction and identification to rural tourist-oriented businesses.
Who is eligible to put their business name on a TODS sign?
Refer to Administrative Rules:
Chapter 70:04:07 →
What must I do to get my business name on a TODS sign and what is the cost?
Applications for TODS sign permits can be obtained here or from the South Dakota Department of Transportation region office in your area.
Applications for TODS sign permits →
  • All applications must be accompanied with $50 for each business sign requested.
  • In addition to the $50 application fee, an annual rental fee of $100 per business sign is required.

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