Does Your Property Display a Sign? City of L.A. Proposes Sweeping Sign Ordinance Revisions That Could Adversely Affect Your Property


On January 22, 2009, the City of Los Angeles ("City") Planning Commission heard a City Planning Department recommendation to restrict the size and location of signage citywide. If the revisions are approved, removing an existing sign from your property could terminate your current signage rights. To assess how your property may be affected by the proposed ordinance, you should ask yourself the following questions.

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