The Inland Gateway Association of REALTORS® is actively working with officials from the City of Corona to update the temporary signage ordinance that governs typical open house signs and similar unpermitted, temporary signs sometimes used by real estate brokerages.
In recent months, the city has fielded increasing volumes of complaints related to the growing presence of these signs used to advertise local businesses. Real estate signs have been prominent among those in the city.
TIGAR is committed to protecting the ability of REALTORS® to reasonably use temporary signs in order to direct members of the public to open houses. We are pleased to be working with a city that shares the same goal. We further agree that there is a need to draft common sense regulations that govern the number of temporary signs that may be used, how they may be placed, and under what purpose they may be used.
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please contact Government Affairs Director Paul Herrera at email@example.com or 951-500-1222 (mobile)