10.34.210   Signs Prohibited on Public Property within the Public Right-of-way.
   A.   Prohibition. No person shall paint, mark or write on, or post or otherwise affix, any notice, placard, bill, poster, card, sticker, banner or sign to any public or utility property within the public right-of-way, including upon any sidewalk, crosswalk, curb, lamp post, hydrant, tree, alley, telephone, telephone pole or lighting system, or other public alarm or communication system erected on public property.
   B.   Removal of Signs. The Director may remove or cause to be removed any sign unlawfully posted or affixed on any public or utility property. Such sign(s) shall be held for a period not less than 10 days during which the owner of the sign may claim the sign. In the event that the owner does not claim such sign within the 10-day period, the Director may destroy or otherwise dispose of such sign. The owner of the sign shall reimburse the City for the actual costs of removing, storing, and destroying or otherwise disposing of the sign. (Ord. 935 § 3 (part), 2015)