SB 694, as introduced, Correa. Outdoor advertising: definition of advertising structure.
The Outdoor Advertising Act provides for regulation by the Director of Transportation of advertising displays, as defined, within view of public highways. The act regulates the placement of off-premises advertising displays along highways, which displays generally advertise business conducted or services rendered or goods produced or sold at a location other than the property upon which the display is located.
This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to the act.
Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: no. State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Section 5203 of the Business and Professions
2Code is amended to read:
“Advertising structure” means a structure of any kind
4or character erected, used, or maintained for outdoor
5advertising purposes, upon which any poster, bill, printing,
6painting or other advertisement of any kind whatsoever may be
7placed, including statuary, for advertising purposes.
8“Advertising structure” does not include:
P2 1(a) Official notices issued by any
court or public body or
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3(b) Notices posted by any public officer in performance of a
4public duty or by any person in giving legal
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5(c) Directional, warning or information structures required by
6or authorized by law or by federal, state or county authority.
7(d) A structure erected near a city or county boundary
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9names of, or any other information regarding, civic, fraternal or
10religious organizations located therein.