Yes. The businesses must be located within three miles of the exit, with some exceptions. The businesses must comply with all applicable laws concerning the provision of public accommodations without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, or national origin.
Gas services must be appropriately licensed, provide fuel, oil, and water, free air or tire repair, restrooms, public telephone, and operate at least 12 hours per day, seven days a week, year-round.
Food services must be appropriately licensed, and provide three meals a day (view meal waiver exception), be open six days a week, and a public telephone. Food services must also have a minimum of 10 spaces available for customer seating.
Lodging services must be appropriately licensed, provide adequate sleeping accommodations, have at least ten units (exception made for bed and breakfast establishments), and a public telephone.
Camping services must be appropriately licensed (if applicable), provide adequate parking accommodations, a public telephone, and agree to seasonal removal/masking of Logo signs (if applicable).
Tourist Attractions must be appropriately licensed, be nationally or regionally known, maintain adequate hours of operation, provide restrooms and drinking water, adequate parking, a public telephone, agree to seasonal removal/masking of Logo Signs (if applicable) and qualify as one of the following: a natural phenomena, historic site, cultural site, scientific site, accredited college or university, religious site, area of natural beauty, or area suited for outdoor recreation. Applications for tourist attractions will be reviewed by the Tourist Signing Committee.
For all services, the installation of trailblazing signs (up to a maximum of two) are required for those businesses which are not located on the intersecting roadway.
For in-depth information concerning the minimum Logo Sign requirements, view the Iowa Administrative Rules.