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Temporary for-sale or for-lease signs, for the purpose of advertising a single contiguous grouping of lots or units for sale or lease in the City, may be permitted, subject to the following provisions:
.010 On-Site Tract Signs. A maximum of one (1) unlighted, single or double-faced, freestanding sign may be permitted on any portion of the subdivision or tract to which the sign pertains, provided the sign is in compliance with subsections .030 through .060 below.
.020 Off-Site Tract Signs. A maximum of two (2) unlighted, single or double-faced, freestanding off-site tract signs may be permitted for any tract, provided the sign is in compliance with the following provisions and subsections .030 through .060 below.
.0201 Off-site tract signs may be permitted on any vacant property in any zone within the City Limits.
.0202 Not more than one (1) sign shall be permitted on any parcel having a combined frontage of less than nine hundred (900) linear feet adjacent to any public street(s) or highway(s). On parcels having a combined frontage of nine hundred (900) feet or more, one (1) additional sign may be permitted for each additional four hundred fifty (450) linear feet of frontage in excess of four hundred fifty (450) linear feet.
.0203 The minimum distance between signs located on the same parcel shall be four hundred fifty (450) feet.
.0204 The minimum distance from a tract sign(s) to any highway right-of-way line shall be not less than twenty (20) feet, unless the Planning Director determines that it is not possible to comply with this provision.
.030 Area Limitations. The maximum area of any tract sign shall be sixty five (65) square feet.
.040 Height Limitations of Tract Signs. Except as may otherwise be permitted by the Planning Director due to topographical considerations, no tract sign shall exceed eight (8) feet in height.
.050 Required Identification. All tract signs shall include a small identification area with the name of the person, firm or entity constructing the sign, and the date the sign was constructed or erected. The signs may also include the name and address of the person, firm, entity or agent offering the premises for-sale or for-lease.
.060 Time Limitation. All tract signs shall be permitted on a temporary basis for a period not to exceed one year. The Planning Director may extend such one (1) year period for additional and successive periods of six (6) months each; provided, however, that if the initial sale of all units or lots in said contiguous grouping is completed during any of the aforementioned permitted time periods, all such temporary signs shall be immediately removed. (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)