(a)   Permits are required for the following: Residential tract identification sign. [in the AD, DD, MD forms]
      (1)   Shall be limited to 48 square feet in area and 8 feet in height.
      (2)   A residential tract sign will be allowed only along arterial street frontages at the intersection of the arterial street and collector street and must be in compliance with § 160.517 [Intersection vision clearance area] and § 155.001 [Signs upon, over public ways].
   (b)   Permits are required for the following: Nonresidential tract identification signs. [in the RE, BCF1, BCF3, WM forms]
      (1)   Shall be limited to 100 square feet in area and 10 feet in height.
      (2)   Signs will not be allowed on lots less than ten acres in size.
   (c)   Permits are required for the following: Public institution identification sign. [BCF1, BCF2, BCF3 forms] Places of worship, schools, day care centers, institutional, and public uses.
      (1)   Shall be limited to 48 square feet in area and 8 feet in height.
      (2)   Subject to:
         A.   Two signs per institution.
         B.   Hours of sign illumination shall be from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
         C.   Conformance with § 160.577 [Illumination].
         D.   Use of this subsection prohibits other freestanding signs permitted under § 160.575(b) above.
   (d)   Permits are required for the following: Joint tenant tract identification sign. Joint tenant identification signs shall be permitted under the following conditions in the C4, S-2, PO-PUD, DT-PUD, and V-PUD districts (with the RE5, RE4, RE3, BCF 3 forms).
      (1)   Additional joint tenant identification signs are limited to alternative sign plans per § 160.602.
      (2)   Joint tenant shall not exceed 200 square feet and 30 feet in height.
      (3)   An additional sign will be allowed for each ten acres of subdivision up to a total of four joint signs. Acres calculated within commercial subdivision or subarea.
      (4)   Allowed on common property.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013; Ord. 33-18, passed 5-2-2018; Ord. 114-22, passed 10-4-2022)