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The following sign regulations are applicable to all zoning districts.
(A) Portable and temporary signs are prohibited, unless provided for elsewhere in this chapter.
(B) Real estate signs shall be removed within ten days after the completion of the sale, lease or auction of the property.
(C) Construction signs are permitted within any zoning district, if they do not exceed 32 square feet in area. They may not exceed eight feet in height, or be erected until a proper building permit for the construction has been approved. They must be removed upon an occupancy permit being issued.
(D) Special events signs for governmental and non-profit organizations, including banners are permitted within any zoning district provided that no more than five such signs shall be allowed per event. They shall be limited to 21 days previous to the event and two days after the event. They may not exceed 32 square feet of five feet in height, shall comply with district setback requirements.
(E) Directional signs are permitted with the following conditions: they may contain a logo, or company name only, but no advertising copy. They may not exceed six square feet or six feet in height. They shall be limited to traffic control functions only.
(F) Garage and occasional sale signs are allowed. They may not exceed six square feet in area. The sign may be erected one day prior to and removed one day after the sale. Signs not located on the sale premises must be freestanding and are limited to 32 inches in height. All signs must have the address of the sale and the date of the event displayed on the front of the sign.
(G) All signs, except signs noted in § 152.07, shall be set back at least eight feet from the property line in all zoning districts, unless provided for elsewhere in this chapter.
(H) All signs, except signs noted in § 152.07, shall be prohibited from the sight clearance triangle.
(I) Billboards shall be prohibited from all districts.
(Ord. 167, passed - -2003; Ord. 182, § 16, passed 2-13-2012) Penalty, see § 152.99