(a)    Height.  The center of the electric or gas lamp bulb shall not be more than seven feet above grade.
   (b)   Shielding.  Any raised lamp shall comply with the requirements of Section 1171.09, Outdoor Lighting Regulations, of these Codified Ordinances."
   (c)   Electrical Grounding.  The fixture and post, if metal, must be grounded.
   (d)   Location and Number.  There shall not be more than two lamp posts at the street right-of-way, one each on either side of the driveway between the right-of-way line and ten feet behind the right-of-way line and not more than one other such post per 100 lineal feet of driveway except at the right-of-way line and/or within twenty feet of the dwelling line, post lights shall be spaced at least seventy-five feet apart.
   (e)   Size of Posts and Related Structures. The lamp post on which any light is installed shall not exceed six feet in height and shall not be more than two feet square in area, and any circular post shall not exceed six inches in diameter.  Such post may be part of a transition wall not to exceed the height at the other end, and the entire wall, exclusive of the post, may not exceed ten feet in length.
   (f)   Lantern style posts or pier lights may use incandescent light sources not in excess of sixty (60) watts and shall be dimmable.  Nighttime light levels shall not exceed fifty (50) percent of the total output.  Low wattage LED lamps may be used in candelabra (E12) or medium (E26) base provided they do not exceed 6 watts.  LED filament style or "Edison" lamps may also be used and shall be dimmable and not exceed six (6) watts.  "A" shaped LED incandescent replacements may also be used with a maximum limit of nine (9) watts.  No other type of lamp or wattage may be used except those permitted in this subsection (f).
(Ord. 2017-21.  Passed 8-9-17.)