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No.Privately owned sporting equipment such as basketball backboard structures,hockey nets, skateboard ramps and similar items may not be permanently left in the “public right-of-way”. The public right-of-way includes the street, sidewalk, parkway, and driveway aprons. Residents are asked to put these items back on their private property once they are done using them so that street sweepers and other equipment may access the area.
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Community Preservation does not have the authority to require a property owner to trim or remove any of their vegetation unless it overhangs into a public right-of-way, impeding either pedestrian or vehicular traffic, or unless the vegetation is dead and presents a potential fire hazard. Instead, Community Preservation recommends callers attempt to work this out amicably with their neighbor.
The City of Yorba Linda routinely accepts anonymous complaints. Community Preservation investigates, and resolves such complaints in the same manner as concerns raised by identified complainants. If you do choose to leave you contact information, be assured that your identity is protected by the Government Code and is never released to anyone outside of staff.
No. As long as they are all operational and rated for residential-zoned parking.
The parking of any type of vehicle on the street is enforced by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. The Community Preservation Division does not enforce the vehicle code. You may contact the Orange County's Sheriff's Department at 714-647-7000 regarding parked vehicles.
Trash containers may not be placed at the point of pickup before 4:00 p.m. on the day preceding collection and must be removed before 8:00 p.m. on the day of collection. Additionally, trash cans must be stored in an area not visible from the public right-of-way.
The City of Yorba Linda contracts for animal control services with Orange County Animal Care. Complaints or inquiries may be made directly to Animal Control at (714) 935-6848.
No. In most cases home occupations are permitted. Home occupations are regulated by the municipal code and are subject to the securing of a business license. Generally, home occupations are permitted if they do not have an impact on the neighborhood by means of excessive noise, traffic, visual blight, etc.
Yes. Temporary Use Permits can be obtained through the Community Preservation Division. There is no fee for this permit and it is valid for 20 consecutive days per quarter.
Please call the Community Preservation Division at (714) 961-7138.