§ 1210  TEMPORARY SIGNS.
   Temporary signs not classified as exempt in § 1209 shall only be displayed upon issuance of a temporary sign permit by the Sign Officer. Temporary signs are subject to all requirements of this subchapter. Banners are permitted to be used as temporary signs. Temporary signs may be displayed as follows:
   (A)   A business may display one temporary sign for a period not to exceed 30 days. Any temporary sign which remains in place more than 30 days constitutes a violation of this chapter.
   (B)   No more than four temporary sign permits shall be issued to a single use or business in any one calendar year. Each temporary sign permit issued in a single calendar year shall be for a separate use or purpose.
   (C)   No temporary sign shall exceed 16 square feet in area.
   (D)   A business shall not install a temporary sign during the time that a seasonal sign permitted under § 1211 is installed. The combined time period permitted for installation of all temporary and seasonal signs for a single business shall not exceed seven months (210 days) per calendar year.
(Ord. passed 10-30-06; Am. Ord. 07-08, As Amended, passed 6-18-07; Am. Ord. 2012-1, passed 4-2-12)