Yard Sale Permit and Regulations
No Permit Required As of March 26, 2013:
Sales are limited to the first weekends in March, June, September and December, and shall be limited to not more than three consecutive days.
All personal property to be sold at the sale shall by owned, utilized, and maintained by such persons or members of his or her family on or in connection with the premises which they occupy and shall not have been acquired or consigned to him or her for the purposes of resale.
Directional Signs Prohibited
The posting of garage sale directional signs on public property, including, but not limited to, parkways, greenbelts, bus benches, sidewalks, curbs, vehicle safety poles, signs, and stanchions, or upon any parked vehicle on a public street, alley, or parking lot, or upon utility poles is unlawful. Directional signs not larger than 864 square inches may be placed on private property provided that consent has been obtained by the owner or occupant thereof. There shall be no more than four such directional signs erected by permittee.
Violation of any of these regulations as defined in Rialto Municipal Code Chapter 5.69, shall by punishable as an infraction, with penalties for each offense up to $135.00.
In Case of Rain:
In the case of rain or high winds, your permit may be extended for the number of days that the weather conditions prevented you from having the sale. You must bring your permit back to the Licensing division no later than Tuesday of the following week, so that your receipt can be connected to the next allowable weekend. There is only one extension granted for each sale.
For More Information:
Call (909) 820-2517.