§ 9.01  SIGHT TRIANGLES.
   9.01.01   No fence, wall, sign, landscape material, or other visual obstruction, other than a building, more than 36 inches in height may be installed or allowed to remain within any sight triangle.
   9.01.02   A sight triangle is the triangular area bounded as follows:
   (A)   at the intersection of a street and an alley, by the edges of the alley and the edge of the street right-of-way for a distance of 12 feet from the point of intersection and by a line connecting the ends of the two sides; or
   (B)   At the intersection of two or more streets or a street and a railroad for a distance of 30 feet from the point of intersection and by a line connecting the ends of the two sides.
   9.01.03   No sign, structure, tree, planting, or vegetation or any portion thereof may protrude over or into any street so as to create confusion around, or otherwise interfere with, traffic signs or signals of any kind.
(Ord. O-37-06, passed 8-15-06; Am. Ord. O-15-09, passed 5-12-09)