Signs - Jurupa Valley
Temporary signs are permitted in all zoning classifications subject to the limitations imposed by this chapter. No person shall erect, use or maintain a temporary sign in the unincorporated area of the county, except in accordance with the following provisions. For more on this, click here, or visit the County Code at 17.254.030 - Temporary signs. Also, no person shall erect, use or maintain an outdoor advertising display in the unincorporated area of the county, except in accordance with the following provisions. The changing of an advertising message or customary maintenance of a legally existing outdoor advertising display shall not require a permit pursuant to this section. A. Permit Procedure. For the rules of the permit procedure CLICK HERE, or visit the County Code at 17.252.030 - Outdoor advertising displays.
Any franchise or use fees paid by permittees to the county for the privilege of using county right-of-ways for kiosk placement may be utilized by the county for the enforcement of this chapter. For more on the fees, CLICK HERE or visit the County Code at 15.76.110 - Right-of-way use fees (in Real Estate Development Directional Signs).
"Illegal Outdoor Advertising Displays" and "Illegal on-site advertising structure or sign" which can be found in the Definition section of Advertising Regulations at 17.252.020 - Definitions. Or by CLICKING HERE.
Taken from Section 17.254.030 - Temporary signs B. Standards for Real Estate Signs. 1. For lots zoned for one and two-family residential uses: one sign not exceeding six square feet in surface area and not more than six feet in height. 2. For lots zoned for multiple-family residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural uses: one sign on each separate frontage of the lot on the street, each sign not to exceed thirty-two (32) square feet in surface area and not more than six feet in height. No more than four signs are allowed per development.
Taken from 17.254.050 - Enforcement. B. The procedures, remedies and penalties for violation of this ordinance and for recovery of costs related to enforcement are provided for in Chapter 1.16 For more on these procedures, refer to 1.16.080 - Administrative citations and penalties or CLICK HERE.
Subject to the requirements of this chapter, the road commissioner or his or her designee may issue permits for subdivision direction sign structures to be located within county street rights-of-way or other county property. For more on this, CLICK HERE or visit the County Code at 15.76.070 - Permits required on county-owned property (in Real Estate Development Directional Signs).