No satellite television antenna shall be erected, constructed, maintained or operated except in conformance with the following regulations.
(a) Purpose. It is the purpose of this section to regulate satellite television antennas as accessory structures consistent with the preservation of health, safety, welfare and rights of all residents of the City.
(b) Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
SATELLITE TELEVISION ANTENNA. An apparatus capable of receiving communications from a transmitter relay signal in planetary orbit.
(1) No part of the satellite antenna structure, including the base and other appurtenances, may project over or onto a:
a. Required front yard;
b. Required side yard; or
c. Required interior yard (unless 60 feet or more back from the front property line and then no closer than five feet to a lot line).
(2) Rear yard locations are allowed provided that no part of the satellite antenna structure, including the base and other appurtenances, is closer than five feet to a lot line.
(d) Height. The height of antenna and structure shall not exceed total height requirement for the district.
(e) Size. No limit.
(f) Roof mounting. Allowed pursuant to subsection (d) of this section if permit obtained from the Division of Building and Safety Inspection, which will review erection for conformance with the applicable building and electrical codes.
(g) Advertising. No advertising indicating the manufacturer or installer shall be allowed on any antenna if visible from a public right-of-way and/or adjoining property.
(Ord. 3019, passed 11-24-1986)