§ 16.80.060  NONCONFORMING SIGNS.
   A.   A nonconforming sign may remain in use, so long as it remains otherwise lawful, meets the requirements of this section, and has not been damaged, destroyed, or structurally altered as described in subsection D. below. The sign face of an existing nonconforming sign may be replaced.
   B.   No nonconforming sign may be relocated, in whole or in part, to any other location on the same or any other property unless the entire sign thereafter conforms to all regulations of the zoning district in which the sign is relocated.
   C.    No nonconforming sign may be structurally altered or enlarged in a way that increases the nonconformity of the sign. This in no way precludes normal maintenance and cleaning or changing of the sign face.
   D.    In the event that any nonconforming sign is damaged, destroyed, or structurally altered to the extent of fifty percent (50%) or more of its replacement value at that time, then the sign cannot be restored or rebuilt unless the sign is made to conform to all regulations of the zoning district in which it is located.
(Ord. O-201410-10-035, passed 10-14-2014; Ord. O-201601-ZBA-006, passed 1-19-2016; Ord. O-201603-ZBA-010, passed 3-17-2016, § 20.6; Ord. O-201803-ZBA-10-08, passed 3-19-2018; Ord. O-201808-10-033, passed 8-21-2018)