§ 20.28.110  SIGNS PERMITTED IN ALL ZONES.
   All of the signs listed hereinafter in this section shall be permitted in all zones subject to the following stated conditions:
   A.   One (1) non-illuminated temporary construction or contractor's sign may be displayed for each residential, manufacturing or commercial development, provided that:
      1.   Such sign shall not exceed eight (8) feet in overall height.
      2.   Such sign shall not exceed fifty (50) square feet in area.
      3.   Such sign shall be placed a minimum of five (5) feet inside the property line.
      4.   Such sign shall be displayed after the issuance of a building permit until final inspection of the development or for a period of one (1) year, whichever is less.
      5.   Such sign shall be designed and constructed in accordance with a City Planning Commission approved design intended to be used consistently throughout the city for purposes of identifying projects or construction activities within the city.
      6.   A one hundred ($100) dollar cash bond shall be posted with the City Treasurer or designee to guarantee removal of said sign.  A right of entry permit shall also be included with said bond.
   B.   One non-illuminated sign, not to exceed six (6) square feet in area, pertaining only to the sale, lease, or rental of the particular building, property, or premises upon which such sign is displayed.
   C.   Notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, the following signs shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the City Planning Commission approved design intended to be used consistently throughout the city for purposes of identifying such facilities as noted in paragraph C.7. below.
      1.   Official notices issued by any court, public body, or public officer.
      2.   Notices posted by any public officer in the performance of a public duty or for any person in giving legal notice.
      3.   Traffic, directional, warning, or informational signs required or authorized by any public body.
      4.   Official signs used for emergency only.
      5.   Permanent memorial or historical signs, plaques, or markers.
      6.   A sign erected in or near the city boundary which sign contains the name of the city and the names of, or any other information regarding civic, fraternal, or religious organizations located therein.
      7.   Signs not exceeding two (2) square feet erected for the convenience of the public such as signs identifying rest rooms, public telephone, walkways, and similar features or facilities.
(Ord. 425, passed 10-14-68)