(A)   When each house or building has been assigned its respective number or numbers, the owner, occupant or agent shall place or cause to be placed upon each house or building controlled by him or her the number or numbers assigned under the uniform system, as provided in this chapter.
   (B)   (1)   The numbers shall be placed on existing buildings on or before the effective date of this chapter, and within 20 days after the assigning of the proper number in the case of numbers assigned after the effective date of this chapter.
      (2)   The cost of the numbers shall be paid for by the property owner.  Residential numbers used shall not be less than three inches in height and business numbers shall not be less than four inches in height.  These numbers shall be made of a durable and clearly visible material and shall be in a contrasting color from the building.
   (C)   (1)   The numbers shall be conspicuously placed immediately above, on or at the side of the proper door of each building so that the number can be seen plainly from the street line.
      (2)   Whenever the primary entrance of a structure is not visible from the street or  is situated more than 50 feet from the street line, the number must be placed near the walk, driveway or common entrance to the building and upon a mail box, gate post, fence, post or other appropriate place so as to be easily discernible from the street line.
      (3)   Numbers must be reflective or otherwise visible at night.
      (4)   Private walkovers leading to the beachfront houses must list the house numbers so as to be visible from the beach.
(`95 Code, § 3-1-3)  (Am. Ord. 17-18, passed 1-8-19)