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FAQ Topic: Code Enforcement FAQs
Any “temporary outdoor activity” requires a Land Use Certificate. Please call the Planning Division at (714) 647-5804 for more information.
No, if your signs are not on your premises, then it is considered “off-premise advertising” and require a permit.
The City has many sign regulations within the Municipal Code. Before you invest in any sign, call the Planning Division at (714) 647-5804 to ask whether you can or cannot use a particular method of advertising. The following types of signs are prohibited: Freestanding, A-frame and portable signs Aerial and balloon signs or “arches” Signs … Continued
One of the first steps is to contact the Planning Division (714) 647-5804 to see whether you are permitted to do what you want to do. A new sign? A parking lot sale? Both of these activities requires a permit.
An estate sale is held when the resident is either decreased or must be relocated to a care facility and the home will be vacated and/or sold. If you are going to hold an estate sale, call Code Enforcement at (714) 667-2780 and provide the following information: Address for sale Date(s) of the sale Who … Continued
Refer to the information under Garage/Yard Sales. The regulations are for residential properties. If you are a business or church, you must obtain a Land-use Certificate to conduct an outdoor activity.
Inspectors spend much of their time out of office, conducting inspections. The name of the inspector is listed on the Notice of Violation or can be found in the Staff Directory. If your inspector is not available, leave a voicemail message with your name and phone number and the inspector will return your call at … Continued
Before you do anything, call the Planning Division at (714) 647-5804 to see whether you are permitted to do what you want to do! In addition, alterations and repairs to your home usually require permits (insert link here TBA). Homes in a historic district may have additional restrictions. To learn more about what is happening … Continued
Code Enforcement does not have enforcement authority on public streets, alleys, or sidewalks. For other types of violations or situations occurring on public property, please contact one of the following numbers: Fire/Police (Non-Emergency) – (714) 834-4211 Vehicle blocking the sidewalk – (714) 245-8225 Junk vehicle in the street – (714) 245-8225 Auto repairs in the … Continued