The assigned street address number must be posted as follows:
(1) On that part of the principal building that faces the main public access road;
(2) On the rear of the principal building or on an accessory building located to the rear of the property, in those cases where there is a public access road to the rear of the property;
(3) At the primary driveway entrance adjoining the main public access road on a sign, post or mailbox so as to be visible from both directions of travel, in those cases where the principal building is situated on the property in a manner or at a distance that makes the posted address thereon inconspicuous or illegible from the nearest main public access road. Where the address is posted on a sign, that sign must be in compliance with all applicable regulations, including city code § 19.105(c)(16);
(4) On buildings with multiple addresses, each separate tenant address must be legibly posted on each of its front, rear and service doors within the building in compliance with the requirements of this Article III. This includes tenant space within a mall, even if the doors to the separate address are not visible to surrounding public access roads. In addition, the Director of Community Development or the Director’s designee may require that the range of addresses, from the lowest to the highest, must be posted on the exterior of the building in compliance with the requirements of this Article III; and
(5) On a sign or placard posted at any construction site for a new building, so as to be visible from both directions of travel on the main public access roads.
(Ord. 2002-2, passed 1-14-2000; Ord. 2017-9, passed 5-1-2017)