With a draft ordinance planned for early next year, city planning and transportation officials met with residents Wednesday night to discuss possible changes to rules for wireless communications equipment.
The original ordinance was intermittently updated in September after remaining unchanged for 14 years to reflect current technology.
A more comprehensive review of the ordinance was originally to be done before the end of the year, but is now expected to come before the City Council early next year, officials said.
The interim ordinance requires a conditional-use permit for wireless facilities in residential zones.
A small group of residents attended the community meeting Thursday — a far cry from the activist showing seen elsewhere, including Glendale, where homeowners opposed micro-wireless cellular equipment in the public right-of-way because they said it degrades property values and could present health hazards.