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    What is an interim permit?

    An interim permit is not for a specific location. It allows a permit holder toapply for a location anywhere in the State of Michigan to erect a sign. MDOT shall issue an interim permit or permits to a holder of a valid permit or permits if the following conditions are met:

    • The permit is a current valid permit and meets the requirements of the Highway Advertising Act of 1972, as amended.
    • The valid permit or permits are surrendered to the department upon the removal of the sign structures.
    • The permit holder verifies removal of the sign structures. This is done by completing an Interim Permit Application (Form 2223) online.

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