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The following are the signs permitted in the residential zoning districts (Residence “A” District, Residence “B” District, and Residential Farm Land “F”).
(A) Wall signs on dwellings. One wall sign is permitted on each individual lot used for residential purposes provided that the sign is mounted flush to the facade of the principal dwelling and does not exceed two square feet and is not internally illuminated.
(B) Residential development/subdivision signs.
(1) Permanent monument signs or signs attached to a supporting wall or fence may be permitted on both sides of a primary entrance to a residential subdivision that is located on a collector or arterial street.
(2) Each sign may have a maximum sign area of 25 square feet not including any fencing, wall, supporting base, or other material use to frame, brace, or otherwise provide structural support for the sign.
(3) Maximum height is six feet.
(4) Signs shall be set back ten feet from the public right-of-way and ten feet from any adjacent lot lines.
(5) Such signs shall not be internally illuminated.
(C) Multi-family identification signs. One permanent identification sign is permitted for each primary entrance to a multi-family development (i.e., apartment complexes) subject to the following:
(1) Maximum sign area is 25 square feet;
(2) Maximum height is six feet;
(3) Sign shall be at least ten feet from a side lot line and from any street right-of-way; and
(4) Sign shall not be internally illuminated.
(D) Nonresidential uses located in residential zoning districts.
(1) Nonresidential uses, such as churches, schools, public facilities, and the like, that are located in residential zoning districts are permitted one permanent monument sign subject to the following:
(a) Maximum sign area is 50 square feet;
(b) Maximum height is six feet;
(c) Sign shall be at least ten feet from a side lot line and from any street right-of-way; and
(d) Manual changeable copy is permitted per § 155.136 (Electronic Signs and Changeable Copy). Electronic signs shall be considered a conditional use for nonresidential uses in residential zoning districts and shall be subject to the procedures set forth in § 155.046 (Conditional Use Permit) along with the regulations set forth in § 155.136 (Electronic Signs and Changeable Copy).
(2) Nonresidential uses that are located in residential zoning districts may be permitted to have one wall sign subject to the following:
(a) Maximum wall sign area is 25 square feet;
(b) Wall sign may not be internally illuminated; and
(c) Wall signs shall not project more than 18 inches from the building wall and shall not extend above the wall or beyond the wall to which they are attached.
(E) Temporary signs. Temporary signs are regulated in § 155.137 (Temporary Signs).
(Ord. 2018-06, passed 7-9-2018, § 155.189)