The following signs shall not require a sign permit. (Note: a certificate of appropriateness is required if in the Historic District.)
   (A)   Corporate identity flags if limited to one per zoning lot and which portray the emblem, insignia, logo, or trademark of a corporation, business, or development located on the same property;
   (B)   Commemorative plaques placed by recognized historical agencies;
   (C)   Signs on the interior of a building that can only be viewed by persons within such building;
   (D)   Identification signs on dwellings as regulated in § 155.133(A) (Wall Signs on Dwellings);
   (E)   Identification and directional signs for nonresidential uses as regulated in § 155.134(G) (Identification and Directional Signs);
   (F)   Window signs;
   (G)   Letters and numbers identifying the address of any structure;
   (H)   Interior signs within a stadium, arena, open-air theater, or similar use; and
   (I)   Signs on fuel pumps.
(Ord. 2018-06, passed 7-9-2018, § 155.185; Ord. 2020-02, passed 5-11-2020)