This Official Missouri MO Roadside Memorial Registry page will allow you to register, plot, pinpoint and pay tribute to your loved one(s) Roadside Memorial for the State of Missouri MO. The regulation, rules, laws, policy, procedures and or guidelines etc information provided below for the Missouri MO State Roadside Memorials is ever changing and we will do our best to maintain this information for you. If you have new or updated regulation information that we have not posted, please let us know HERE.
Missouri MO Roadside Memorial state flag photo
Missouri Roadside Memorial law rules are they allowed: David’s Law Signing Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
Update as of April 17, 2021 Missouri has an official roadside memorial program. Their web site includes ways to search for existing memorials as well as the ways to request your own. There is a charge for the service. For more information please follow this link: Memorial Designation Programs | Missouri Department of Transportation (modot.org)
You can view an online registry of all of the memorials created by the State of Missouri on this web page: MoDOT Memorial Map
News article dated 2-27-2008:
Source Bill bans homemade roadside memorials – News – Columbia Daily Tribune – Columbia, MO (columbiatribune.com)
The Missouri House narrowly approved legislation allowing citizens to pay the Missouri Department of Transportation for signs commemorating drunken driving victims. The bill sponsored by Rep. Bill Deeken, R-Jefferson City, would set up a program that would allow citizens to pay a $1,040 fee for MoDOT to erect two signs in memory a family member who was killed by a drunken driver. The House passed the bill on Monday.
Is it available to have remembered sign for a family member that lost her life due to COVID-19?
There is no formal program by any state that I am aware of. You are of course free to start something yourself.
How do I get a Memorial sign for my son who died at mile maker 33.8 going west just outside of Odessa, MO in 2006?
The State of Missouri has a formal program in order to create Roadside Tributes. Follow this link to learn more and to complete their application process: https://www.modot.org/memorial-designation-programs
Question regarding when a family member passes in a wreck and what is authorized in Missouri for a roadside memorial (size, time frame, amount of structures/objects) it seems from all of the articles I have found that it does not fall under the Missouri Memorial Designation Programs and it also seem that maybe the Current state law bans such memorials, Thanks for any info on this.
I think that you are reading the laws correctly for the State of Missouri. The memorial program is very restrictive. That is why you will see people building their own memorials.