Los Angeles: The Guerrilla Parking Signs In Angelino Heights Were Removed, But The Creator Hopes To Inspire Others

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation enforces parking in the city, and while they did not confirm to LAist that their workers removed the signs, they did send us a section of city code, which states: “The Department may, without notice, remove every unofficial sign, signal or device placed, maintained or displayed upon any City street contrary to the provisions of the Vehicle Code or of this chapter.”

Councilman O’Farrell’s office did not respond to a request for comment regarding the signs and parking problems in the neighborhood.

Boonstra said he’s not planning to post his custom signs again (“don’t want to poke the bear too much”), but he hopes the tools and design he made publicly available could inspire others to make their neighborhoods parking positive.