Culver City in Southern California Reduces the Height of Parking Regulation Signs After They Top Out at 15 Feet

Culver City in Southern California has halved the size of massive parking rules signage around an elementary school after they reached as high as 15 feet. The towers of regulatory information were erected to highlight new child drop off rules around Linwood E. Howe Elementary School, but were widely cited as causing confusion among parents afraid of being hit with a $73 fine.

Parking Signs

Parking Signs

images via Nothing To Do With Arbroath

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