(A)   The owner of a lot or tract of land on which one or more buildings or structures have been located shall obtain and place the assigned building number (street address number) on the property in an acceptable location clearly visible and legible from the street.
   (B)   The street address number shall be placed facing the street on which the structure is addressed.
   (C)   Acceptable locations for the street address number include on the building or structure itself, on or at the curb, on a curbside mailbox, curbside sign or other permanent structures. Each primary building shall be separately identified with an assigned number.
   (D)   The number shall be Arabic numerals not less than three inches in height reflective or in colors that contrast with the principal building or structure as to be easily identifiable located so that emergency personnel can easily read and identify the address enumeration.
   (E)   On all new construction, the street address numbers shall be properly posted by the earlier of either the issuance of the certificate of occupancy or the occupancy of the structure.
   (F)   Each building or unit in a mobile home park, apartment complex or multi-building commercial complex shall have posted on it its individual street address number including, as applicable, that building’s or unit’s sub-address.
   (G)   Address number changes may be requested by the general public or by city staff. The City Administrator, or his or her designee, shall review the proposed address number change to ensure that it conforms with existing numbering and established policies and then shall either approve, deny or modify such request in writing.
(2012 Code, § 18-2)  (Ord. 080701, passed - -2008)  Penalty, see § 150.99