§ 155.096  NAMEPLATES; PERMITTED; REGULATIONS.
   Nameplates shall be permitted in accordance with the following regulations.
   (A)   For single-family and two-family dwellings: one nameplate, not to exceed 120 square inches in area for each dwelling unit, indicating the name and address of the occupant. For multiple-family dwellings: one nameplate not to exceed four square feet in area, provided such nameplate shall contain only the name and address of the building and may contain also the name, address and telephone number of the management thereof.
   (B)   Such nameplates may be affixed flat against the building, or may also be located in a yard adjoining a street, provided they are not nearer to the street than one-half of the depth of the yard, and do not exceed four feet in height.
   (C)   Nameplates may be illuminated by non-flashing direct or indirect illumination from a source of artificial lighting customarily accessory to residential uses.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 5, subs. .020, passed 2-15-1999)