The Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside, State of California, do ordain as follows:


Section 1.  That the hereinafter described portion of Yorba Street, a County highway, has been and is not being used as a dump for refuse and is now impassable and in a dangerous condition, and that the public health, safety and convenience demand that public use of and travel on said portion of said street be prohibited.


Section 2.  That portion of Yorba Street, hereinafter described, be and the same is hereby closed to public use and travel until other determination by ordinance of the Board of Supervisors, during which time any person violating the provisions of this Section by public use of or public travel on that portion of Yorba Street therein and hereby ordered closed, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable as by law provided.

That portion of Yorba Street referred to herein and hereby closed to public use and travel is described as follows, to wit:


A portion of Yorba Street as shown on Map of the Rancho La Sierra showing parts allotted to Thomas Yorba and recorded in Map Book 2, Page 7, records of the Recorder of San Bernardino County, California, said portion beginning at the city limits of Corona on the northwesterly boundary of Maple Street and extending northwesterly to the boundary of the Prado Dam Flood Control Basin, being the property of The U.S. Government, a distance of about 4000 feet.


Section 3.  That the County Road Commissioner immediately cause to be erected and maintained at the extremities of that portion of Yorba Street by this ordinance closed, a sufficient and adequate barricade 3 feet high and 30 feet in length, and a sign 2 feet by 3 feet with the following words printed or painted thereon:  "Road Closed by Riverside County Ordinance No. 354."


Section 4.  That this ordinance is an urgency measure, necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace, health and safety, and that the facts constituting such urgency are as follows:


That the portion of Yorba Street hereinabove described is presently being used as a dump for refuse and is, at the present time, impassable and in a dangerous condition, thus constituting a grave hazard to persons using this street.





ADOPTED:   05/09/49 (Eff.:  Immediately)