§ 1434.04  PROJECTION AND HEIGHT.
   (a)   Projection over thoroughfare. No fixed awning shall project over a thoroughfare a distance greater than 66 inches. No canopy or collapsible awning shall project over a thoroughfare beyond a point twelve inches inside the curb line, except that a collapsible awning, the lowest portion of which is not less than 20 feet above the surface of a thoroughfare, may project beyond the curb line, provided that the projection over the thoroughfare does not exceed 48 inches. The horizontal clearance between a marquee and the curb line shall be not less than two feet.
   (b)   Height above sidewalk.
      (1)   The minimum distance between the lowest portion of an awning or canopy and the surface of the sidewalk shall be as follows:
 
Type of Awning or Canopy
Distance
Collapsible awnings
7-l/2 feet
Fixed awnings
8
Canopies
9
 
      (2)   A marquee projecting more than two-thirds of the distance from the property line to the curb line shall be not less than 12 feet above the ground or pavement below.
      (3)   A marquee projecting less than two-thirds of the distance from the property line to the curb line shall be not less than ten feet above the ground or pavement below.
      (4)   A marquee projecting less than two feet beyond the property line shall be not less than eight feet six inches above the ground or pavement below.
(Ord. 3233, passed 10-24-1956; Am. Ord. O2012-21, passed 6-19-2012)