GARAGE SALE RULES
741.071 DISPLAY FOR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND FURNISHINGS FROM NONRETAIL OCCUPANCIES.
The sale of personal and household goods and furnishings shall be permitted on residential properties in residential zones provided all of the following regulations are observed:
(a) Except as may be specifically permitted otherwise by the Director of Public Safety or his or her designee, no more than three such sales may be conducted at any one property in any one calendar year.
(b) No such sale may run for more than three consecutive calendar days.
(c) Hours of such sales shall be no earlier than 8:00 a.m. and no later than 6:00 p.m.
(d) Five signs, not to be affixed to front porches or utility poles, and measuring less than five square feet, may be temporarily displayed on or near the property of the person conducting the sale one day prior to and during the operation of the sale. All signs must be removed within six hours of the sale.
(e) Except as may be specifically permitted otherwise by the Director of Public Safety or his or her designee in case of requests such as streetwide or citywide coordinated sales, or in cases where it would be impractical or impossible to have a yard sale in the rear yard or garage, sales must be conducted in the rear yard of the property, as defined in Section 1103.02, or in the garage.
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