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Maintain/trim landscape areas so as not to encroach into the public right of way or create an eye sore, along with the elimination of barren areas, dead vegetation, or weeds will avoid a situation where a Community Preservation Inspector will have to address this issue with you.
DISCARDED TRASH AND DEBRIS - It is expected that each business operator maintain their property in a clean and orderly condition. All discards, trash, debris, and junk accumulations must be promptly removed from the property. Such items are not only unsightly, they can attract rodents and become a fire hazard. Broken, unusable or abandoned items, appliances, furniture, fencing, etc. are considered discards. The monitoring of the property at a minimum of once a day will likely address this situation.
Temporary signs are permitted subject to certain restrictions. A temporary sign is either a banner or flag. One banner or one flag is permitted for a thirty (30) day period, three times per year. The temporary banner or flag must be on private property. The banner may not be attached to any on-site landscaping. No human signs are permitted. Specific details on temporary signs is available within the La Habra Municipal Code Section 15.40.220. A temporary sign permit can be obtained by contacting the Planning Division at 562-383-4100.