1026.10   DISPLAY OF NUMBERS IN URBAN AREAS.
   (a)   Each assigned primary address number shall be displayed at the front entrance or the entrance which is clearly visible from the street or the ingress/egress easement providing access to the building.  If the address number cannot be posted on a building in a manner that makes it clearly visible from the street, then the address number shall be displayed at the end of the driveway nearest the street or the ingress/egress easement providing access to the building.  Display of a street address at the corner of a driveway shall be such that clear identification can be made of the location of the building to which the address is assigned.  Nonnumeric postings of street addresses shall not be permitted, except in cases where such postings are in addition to the standard numeric posting required.
   (b)   Numerals displayed on single-family dwellings shall be a minimum of three inches in height and shall contrast with the background on which they are posted, except as provided in subsection (c) hereof.
   (c)   The display of primary street address numbers for multiple dwelling units and commercial and industrial buildings shall be of solid numerals that are a minimum of six inches in height and one inch in width.  Such numerals shall contrast with the background on which they are posted and shall be clearly visible from the street on which the building is addressed and ingress/egress easements in the rear of the building.  (Ord. 92-01.  Passed 1-21-92.)