The following signs shall not require a permit:
   (A)   Flags of reasonable, customary size and color, emblems and insignia of any governmental agency or political subdivision. Proper flag etiquette shall be observed.
   (B)   Corporate identity flags subject to the following:
      (1)   One flag is permitted per zoning lot in any multi-household or non-residential zoning district.
      (2)   Flags shall be limited to those of reasonable size and color and shall be permitted to portray the emblem, insignia, logo, or trademark of a corporation, business, or development located on the same property.
      (3)   Such flags may only be displayed in conjunction with those of a governmental agency or political subdivision.
      (4)   Proper flag etiquette shall be observed.
   (C)   Temporary displays of a patriotic, religious, seasonal, charitable, or civic character.
   (D)   Commemorative plaques placed by recognized historical agencies.
   (E)   Signs on the interior of a building that can only be viewed by persons within such building.
   (F)   Non-commercial signs displaying messages, including residential real estate signs, construction signs, and garage and yard sale signs. Such signs shall not be located within the public right-of-way and shall be allowed to remain on premises for the period of time as designated in their respective sections.
(Ord. 4-2016, passed 3-2-16)