Sec. 8-9.102. Advertising displays adjacent to freeways.
   No advertising display shall be placed or maintained on property adjacent to or within 660 feet of the right-of-way of any freeway if the advertising display copy is visible from, or is designed to be viewed primarily by persons traveling on, such freeway except as follows:
   A subdivision billboard which advertises a development lying within the City and which has no other billboard advertising on the same freeway facing traffic in the same direction within the City may be erected and maintained in the C-1, C-2, M-1, and M-2 zones; provided, however, such subdivision billboard shall meet all the applicable zoning requirements of the zone in which located without the necessity of a variance or special use permit. An agreement shall be signed and a bond posted to guarantee the removal of any such billboard within thirty (30) days after the awarding of a contract to landscape any section of the freeway within five hundred (500) lineal feet along the freeway of such billboard.
   For purposes of this section, “subdivision” shall have the meaning set forth in the Subdivision Map Act in the State Government Code.
(§ 2, Ord. 19, as amended by Ord. 186, and § 21, Ord. 1250-NS, eff. January 9, 1996)
Statutory reference:
   Subdivision defined, see California
   Government Code Sections 66410 et seq.