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Curb Painting

Whenever curbs are painted pursuant to parking regulations imposed or authorized by the Fullerton Municipal Code or as authorized by the California Vehicle Code (CVC), and the colors thereof are clearly visible, no person shall:

Stop, stand or park a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, at any red curb, except that a bus may stop at a red curb marked or signposted as a bus loading zone; or

Stop, stand or park a vehicle at a yellow curb except to load or unload passengers or personal property for such time as is necessary therefore but not longer than three minutes for the loading or unloading of passengers or twenty minutes for the loading or unloading of personal property. The prohibition shall not apply at any time after six p.m. and before six a.m. of any day, or at any time on any Sunday or Holiday; or

Stop, stand or park a vehicle at a white curb except to load or unload passengers for not to exceed three minutes. The prohibition shall not apply at any time after six p.m. and before six a.m. of any day, or at any time on any Sunday or Holiday; or

Stop, stand or park a vehicle at a green curb longer than fifteen minutes. The prohibition shall not apply at any time before six a.m. or after six p.m. of any day or at any time on any Sunday or Holiday; or

Stop, stand or park a vehicle at a blue curb unless said vehicle displays one of the distinguished license plates or placards issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles


Painting Your Address on the Curb

Ever been approached by an individual or company wanting to be paid for painting your address on the curb in front of your home? Perhaps you’ve found a flier on your porch advising you that such-and-such company will be painting your curb the following day.

Here’s a tip: You don’t have to pay.

The City does not contract with individuals or companies to paint addresses on curbs.

The City only issues permits to paint curbs to legitimate nonprofit organizations that do the work as a fund-raiser, and then ask residents for donations. It’s the resident’s choice whether to donate or not.

So, the next time someone comes to you and wants to be paid for painting your curb, ask to see their city permit. If the would-be painter cannot produce one, call the Fullerton Police Department: You may be saving your neighbor’s an unnecessary expense.

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