Street furniture

pieces of equipment, such as streetlights and pillar boxes, placed in the street for the benefit of the public

objects placed along streets or roads for various uses, including benches, directional signs, garbage cans, mailboxes, streetlights, etc.

Billboards are prohibited as street furniture in residential areas.
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