- Published on Thursday, 03 November 2011 05:38
- Written by Elliott Burr
Los Altos Hills Planning Commissioners are scheduled tonight to weigh an amendment to the town's sign ordinance that would limit temporary signs, such as those promoting events, to two per location. The commission would then forward its recommendation to the city council, which has final say.
Nicole Horvitz, a Los Altos Hills City Planner, said city staff initiated the amendment to create "more direction."
"Currently, we don't have a limit on placing signs," she said. "Sometimes they're all over the place and randomly put up."
The amendment requires those who wish to erect temporary signs in town to obtain a permit from town hall. The application, Horvitz said, is free.
The meeting is scheduled 7 p.m. tonight at Los Altos Hills Town Hall, 26397 Fremont Rd.