I operate a business in the City of Tustin. Can I post a temporary banner in front of my business?

Yes, but a temporary sign permit is required prior to installing the banner. A temporary banner may be up for a maximum of 30 days in a 90 day period. The cost of the permit is $95 per quarter issuance. The property owner’s written approval to install the banner must accompany the temporary sign permit.

Only one banner may be installed per street frontage or in the case of a multi-tenant building, one banner may be installed per storefront. As a substitute for a wall-mounted banner sign, 1 pole-mounted banner sign per property street frontage is permitted.

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1. Sidewalk Vendors
2. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale?
3. How can I dispose of large items (refrigerators, couches, beds, etc.)?
4. Where can I dispose of hazardous waste?
5. Can I keep a portable basketball hoop or other sporting equipment on the sidewalk or in the street?
6. What are the regulations on trash cans?
7. Who can I call regarding a barking dog?
8. I operate a business in the City of Tustin. Can I post a temporary banner in front of my business?
9. What are Tustin's noise regulations?
10. Where can I find information on water quality?
11. What can be done if a swimming pool is green?
12. Are vehicles parked on the public street, and not moved, considered abandoned vehicles?
13. Who do I call if I have a concern with a mobile home?
14. What are regulations for real estate signs?
15. What can be done when private property landscaping is extending onto another private property?
16. I have a concern, but I don't see it listed under the ordinances and codes listed here. Where else could I find additional information?