Yes. All vehicles that are being repaired, dismantled, or incapable of operating are considered "inoperable" and must be stored out of public view, such as in the garage, when possible. It is considered a violation of the City Code if the vehicle or its parts become a hazard to the public health and safety.
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No, it is illegal to possess, transport, discharge, or sell fireworks within the City of Diamond Bar.
Permits for garage or yard sales are not required, but residents are asked to hold no more than two per year. Advertising signs may not be posted in the public right-of-way (for example on street signs, street trees, traffic signals, streetlight poles, or inside road medians). Residents may advertise through local publications or by asking neighbors to post signs on their private property. Signs shall not exceed three square feet in area and may only be displayed during the time of the sale. The signs shall be promptly removed at the end of the sale.
Current employment opportunities are posted on the City's website, applications are only accepted online. If you have any questions, please call City Hall during regular office hours at 909-839-7017.
The City's Neighborhood Improvement Officers enforce all the municipal codes applicable in the community.
If a Neighborhood Improvement Officer determines that a property is not in compliance with a municipal code, a notice of violation is sent to the owner allowing a certain number of days to correct the violation. If a violation is not corrected within the time allowed, the owner may receive a citation and fine. Any action that is taken in association with correcting the violation will be charged to the property owner. Failure to pay the fine will result in a lien being placed against the property.
Contact the Neighborhood Improvement Officer at 909-839-7030. You can also submit a service request.
The City's Municipal Code states that exterior holiday lights and decorations must be removed within 30 days of installation, and no later than mid January.
Besides contributing to blight, keeping holiday lights installed for an extended period of time creates the potential for a fire hazard because of their temporary-use nature.
Homeowners found not to be in compliance will be issued a courtesy notice to correct violation within 10 days. Failing to remove the lights within the allotted time frame can result in a $100 fine.
All individuals and businesses doing work within city limits, whether or not they have a physical structure in the city, are required to have a business license. This includes contractors, Internet and home-based businesses. Applications and renewals are processed online at City Hall. Fees determined at the time of application submission. Contact the Planning Division at 909-839-7030.
If you are planning renovations or new construction in or around your property, chances are you will need to obtain a building permit. Taking out a permit before commencing your construction project not only keeps you in compliance with City law, but also protects you and your investment - be it a home or a business.
For more information, contact the Building and Safety Division.
All trash cans must be kept out of public view at all times. (Exception will be made on the evening prior to, and/or the day of your trash pick-up.) Rear yard storage of trash receptacles shall be screened by approved walls or fences from view of neighboring property, public and private streets, and public and private right-of-way. For bulky item pickup, contact your waste hauler - Single family residences may contact Waste Management at 909-599-1274 and multi-family residences may contact Valley Vista at 800-442-6454.