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Accessory signs in a Residential District shall be designed, erected, altered, moved and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the following:
(a) One wall or panel nameplate, indicating an occupant's name and house number, not exceeding two square feet in sign face area, may be located on any building. In a Multi-family Residential District, one permanent wall, panel or ground identification sign, indicating the name, owner or manager of the multi-family project, not exceeding 20 square feet in a single-face sign area and five feet in height, shall be permitted facing each major street, but such sign shall be not less than 50 feet from a side lot line and 15 feet from any street right-of-way line.
(b) One directional ground sign, not exceeding four square feet in a single-face sign area and three feet in height, shall be permitted on any building or lot located not less than five feet from any side lot line and 15 feet from any street right-of- way line.
(c) One real estate ground sign, advertising the sale, rental or lease of the premises, or part of the premises, on which the sign is displayed, not exceeding nine square feet in a multi-family residential district or a single-family residential district, provided that such sign is located not less than 25 feet from any side lot line or ten feet from any street right-of-way line. Illumination shall not be permitted.
(d) One subdivision project ground sign, not exceeding 25 square feet in single-face sign area and eight feet in height, may be permitted while a subdivision is under construction, provided that such sign is located on the parcel being developed and not less than 25 feet from the nearest street right-of-way or lot line. A permit for such a sign shall be issued for a period not to exceed one year. However, such permits may be renewed while construction is pursued diligently. A project sign shall be removed within 14 days of the commencement of the intended use.
(e) One permanent subdivision identification ground sign, not more than 30 square feet in single-face sign area and four feet in height, indicating the name of the subdivision or residential development, may be permitted for each entrance to the subdivision or residential development from an arterial or collector street. Such sign shall be set back at least ten feet from the street right-of-way line and shall be part of the overall architectural treatment of the entrance to the development. Illumination if any, of such sign shall be in accordance with Section 1383.06.
(Ord. 2001-49. Passed 12-10-01.)