1151.06  TEMPORARY SIGNS.
   Temporary signs are not subject to the sign area provisions described elsewhere in this Chapter.
   (a)   Special Events. No more than 1 sign per nonresidential occupant, to advertise special events:
      (1)   No more than 30 square feet in area in a nonresidential zoning district.
      (2)   No more than 16 square feet in area in a residential zoning district.
      (3)   Single sign face.
      (4)   Installed flat against a wall or stretched between pillars or other supporting members of a principal structure.
      (5)   Placed or positioned at or below the lowest residential window sill.
      (6)   Installed for no more than 14 days.
      (7)   Installed no more than 6 times per calendar year (January through December).
   (b)   Real Estate.  No more than 1 sign per lot per adjacent public right-of-way as follows, to advertise real estate:
      (1)   No more than 24 square feet in area per side in a nonresidential zoning district.
      (2)   No more than 6 square feet in area per side in a residential zoning district.
      (3)   Must be freestanding.
      (4)   Must not be permanently anchored to the ground or attached to concrete, asphalt, or other natural ground surface.
   (c)   Construction.
      (1)   No more than 2 construction signs that together have a total sign area of no more than 32 square feet.
      (2)   The maximum number of sign faces per sign shall be limited to 1.
   (d)   Flags.  No more than 4 flags per principle structure are permitted for any land use in any zoning district.
   (e)   Noncommercial and Political Signs.   Any principle structure in any zoning district may display no more than 5 noncommercial or political signs. Each sign may have a maximum of 2 sign faces (a double faced sign), each face with a maximum of 12 square feet in sign area. Signs may be wall, window, or freestanding. Signs shall be naturally illuminated only.
   (f)   Window Signs.  Any land use in any zoning district may have window signs that obstruct no more than 50 percent of the glass within a structural frame of the wall in which it is located.
(Ord. 3365.  Passed 8-16-16.)