CHAPTER 1159
Signs Regulations
1159.01   Purpose and intent.
1159.02   Regulations established.
1159.03   Administration/application and permit.
1159.04   Classification of signs. (Use-Structural Types)
1159.05   Design standards.
1159.06   Illumination of signs.
1159.07   Sign face area.
1159.08   Temporary signs.
1159.09   Institutional facility signs.
1159.10   Residential district signs. (One family, Two Family, Single Family Cluster, Apartment and Senior Residence)
1159.11   Business district signs.
1159.12   Business signs - measurement standards.
1159.13   Wall/panel signs - maximum area permitted.
1159.14   Business signs - number, location and area regulations.
1159.15   Industrial district signs (Intensive Commercial and Light Industrial, Limited Industrial and Heavy Industrial).
1159.16   Industrial signs - maximum area and number permitted.
1159.17   Maintenance of signs.
1159.18   Nonconforming signs.
1159.19   Abandoned signs.
1159.20   Sign specification plate.
1159.21   Prohibited signs.
1159.22   Exemptions to regulations.
1159.23   Nuisance.
1159.24   Removal of signs.
1159.25   Conditions for consideration of Board of Zoning and Building Appeals.
1159.26   Sign regulation summary.
1159.99   Penalties.
CROSS REFERENCES
      Power to regulate advertising - see Ohio R.C. 715.65
      Building Code sign provisions - see BLDG. Ch. 1343
      Supplementary regulations - see P. & Z. Ch. 1151
      Site plan review - see P. & Z. Ch. 1152
   1159.01  PURPOSE AND INTENT.
   The sign regulations, including provisions to control the type, design, size, location, motion, illumination, enforcement and maintenance thereof, are established in order to achieve among others the following purposes:
   (a)   To maintain high quality residential districts and promote attractive public facilities by permitting only nameplates, bulletin boards and identification signs related to the development of such districts;
   (b)   To provide reasonable, yet appropriate conditions for identifying establishments in office, business and industrial districts by relating the size, type and design of signs to the type and size of the office, business and industrial establishments;
   (c)   To eliminate any conflict between advertising signs and traffic control signs, which would be hazardous to the safety of the motoring public or pedestrian;
   (d)   To control the design and size of signs to ensure that their appearance will be aesthetically harmonious with an overall urban design for the area; and
   (e)   To promote the most desirable developments and economic activity consistent with the objectives of the planning and development program of the City of Streetsboro.
      (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.02  REGULATIONS ESTABLISHED.
   (a)   Signs shall be designed, erected, altered, reconstructed, moved and maintained in whole or, in part, in accordance with the type, design, size, location, illumination and other provisions set forth in this chapter.
   (b)   The construction, erection, safety and maintenance of all signs shall be in accordance with the applicable municipal codes.  The provisions of this chapter shall not amend or in any way interfere with other codes, rules or regulations governing traffic signs within the municipality.
   (c)   The display of official public notices, and the flag, emblem or insignia of all official governmental bodies shall not be governed by the provisions of these regulations.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.03  ADMINISTRATION/APPLICATION AND PERMIT.
   (a)   All signs exempt by Section 1159.21 of this Chapter must obtain City Planning Commission approval before getting a Zoning Certificate or a building permit to construct, alter, replace or move a sign.
   (b)   Application Requirements.  A complete application shall consist of all of the following:
      (1)   An application form supplied by the Planning and Zoning Department that is filled out and signed by the person or entity that will own the sign and the person or entity who owns the property or their designee; and
      (2)   An application fee per Chapter 149; and
      (3)   Twelve copies of a site plan drawn to scale showing all of the following except for items waived by the Planning and Zoning Department:
         A.   The location and dimensions o the property’s boundary lines and
         B.   Topographical lines for existing grade contours at two (2) feet intervals; and
         C.   The location of all buildings and structures, including fences, on the lot; and
         D.   The location and shape of driveways, parking spaces, curb cuts, and all other components of the vehicular circulation system; and
         E.   The location and shape of all easements and their purpose; and
         F.   The location, of all on site utilities apparatus, including poles; and
         G.   The location, dimensions, and description of all existing signage on the property; and
         H.   The sign design and layout proposed, including total area of the size, height, character, materials and color of letters, lines and symbols; and
         I.   Color photographs of existing buildings or colored rendering of proposed building; and
         J.   For illuminated signs, the number and types of lamps and lens material and a statement that the illumination of each sign will comply with the provisions in Section 1159.06.
         K.   Elevations, plans, specifications, and locations for proposed signs, including proposed lighting and landscaping.  If a sign is proposed to be on a wall or fence, then the entire wall or fence section the sign will be attached to must be depicted showing the location of the sign and said wall fence; and
         L.   The elevations and plans required by h, above must depict all graphics, wording, numbers, and symbols to be displayed and must describe the nature of materials and the colors to be used for all components of the signs.
         M.   Details and specifications for construction, erection and attachment as required by the Building Code and the name of the sign contractor or company.
      (4)   All other information deemed pertinent by the Planning Director.
   (c)   Review Procedure
      (1)   The Planning Director or Planning Clerk shall forward the application and drawings to the Planning Commission for review to determine whether the proposed signage meets the standards, criteria, and furthers the purpose and intent of this Chapter. The Planning Commission may also consider:
         A.   The design, size, scale, shape, color, illumination, location and orientation of the sign in relation to the site and topography, other structures on the site, adjacent and neighboring land uses, sites and buildings; and
         B.   The visual impact and influence of the proposed signs, in relation to and in conjunction with signs currently existing or those reasonably expected to be erected in the vicinity of the proposed sign location; and
         C.   The maximum requirements and other regulations of this zoning code governing the use, location, size and character of signs.
      (2)   Sign applications shall be reviewed as follows:
         A.   Any sign that will be accessory to a principal use which is subject to site plan review shall be reviewed and acted upon as part of that site plan review process;
         B.   Any sign that will be an accessory use to any principal use that is not subject to site plan approval shall be processed and acted upon as follows:
            1.   A sign request will not be placed on a Planning Commission agenda until a complete application has been submitted;
            2.   A complete sign application must be submitted at least thirty (30) days prior to the regular Planning Commission meeting at which the applicant wishes to be heard;
            3.   No pubic hearing is required;
            4.   No written notice of the application is required to be submitted to anyone;
            5.   The Planning and Zoning Commission shall act upon the application on or before the next regular meeting of the Commission at which a quorum is present that occurs after the meeting at which the application was introduced.
            6.   Signs are also subject to plan review as stated in Chapter 1152. (May 2005)
         C.   The Commission may adopt a rule to delegate to the Planning Director authority to approve signs for single family homes, duplexes, or temporary signs that will comply with these regulations in all respects.
   (d)   Effective Date: Certificates and Permits:  No sign application approval is effective until all of the events listed below have occurred:
      (1)   The Commission approved the proposal; and
      (2)   Notice of Action is given; and
      (3)   The Planning Director has issued a Zoning Certificate.
   No building permits or other permits may be issued until the above have occurred.
   (e)   Amendments:  Modifications proposed for any sign that has received Planning and Zoning Commission approval, whether installed or not, must be approved by the Commission pursuant to the applicable procedure in Section 1159.03.  The Commission at its discretion may direct the Planning Director to authorize amendments by written administrative approval. 
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.04  CLASSIFICATION OF SIGNS (Use – Structural Types)
   "Sign" means any display, figure, painting, drawing, placard, poster or other device visible from a public way which is designed, intended or used to convey a message, advertise, inform or direct attention to a building, person, institution, organization, activity, place, object or product.  It may be a structure or part thereof painted on or attached directly or indirectly on a structure.
     (a)     Classification by use types:
      (1)   "Permanent Sign" means a sign designed for use for an indefinite period of time and shall include the following:
         A.   "Bulletin Board" means an announcement sign which directs attention to and is located on the lot of an institutional use;
         B.   "Directional Sign" means a sign indicating only the direction of pedestrian and vehicular circulation routes on the lot on which the sign is located, such sign shall not include any company name, logo or any non directional information.
         C.   "Identification Sign" means a sign indicating the name and address of a building, development, public or semi public facility, business, office or industrial establishment.  Such signs shall only include company name, logo and address;
         D.   "Informational Sign" means a sign which presents miscellaneous information to the public rather than to promote a business, office, industry, product or issuer. (Typical information signs present scheduled events, travel information, vehicle service, weather, time, historical and scenic data) Informational signs shall be allowed only for public or semi public uses as an integral part of a permitted identification sign;
         E.   "Organizational Sign" means a sign devoted exclusively to the identification of national, state, and local service clubs and the location and meeting dates of such clubs.  The number, location and design of organizational signs shall be reviewed by the Planning Commission; and
         F.   "Nameplate" means a sign indicating the name, address and profession of the person or persons occupying a building or unit of a building. No logo or advertising shall be permitted.
      (2)   "Temporary Sign" means a sign designed for use for a limited period of time and not permanently attached to announce special and political events or candidates or sales and the sale, lease, or rental of property.  The expiration date of a temporary sign approved by the Zoning Inspector or Planning Director shall not exceed thirty (30) calendar days, unless otherwise stated in this code. A temporary sign shall include the following types of signs:
         A.   "Project sign" means a sign which directs attention to the promotion, development and construction of the property on which it is located and which identifies the owner, architects, engineers, contractors and other individuals or firms involved with the construction of the project.
         B.   "Real Estate Sign" means a sign advertising the sale, rental or lease of the premises or part of the premises on which the sign is displayed.
         C.   Temporary signs not exceeding eight (8) square feet advertising a charitable or municipal function.
         D.   "Temporary signs - other" including, but not limited to political signs.
   (b)     Classification by structural types (See illustration - Signs: Structural Types):
            (1)     Building signs shall include the following:
         A.   "Marquee or mansard sign" means any hood or permanent construction projecting from the wall of a building above an entrance and extending over a street or sidewalk, or part thereof.  Marquee or mansard signs are prohibited.
         B.   "Projecting sign" means a sign attached to an outside building wall and which projects at a 90º angle there from.
         C.    “Wall or panel sign" means a sign integral with the face of an exterior building wall or attached to and parallel with the wall.
         D.   "Window sign" means any sign attached to a clear see through window surface.
         E.   "Memorial sign" means any sign used to identify and describe a place or building of historical, cultural, or archeological significance or which has been designated as a local, state or national landmark or landmark district.
         F.   "Post sign" means a sign attached laterally to and below the top of a lamp post, fence post or other post.
         G.   "Street island sign" means a small piece of land surrounded by public streets, private streets, and/or common driveways that is located near the entrance to a residential subdivision, a residential complex, a commercial or office park, an institutional complex, an industrial park or the like.
         H.   "Canopy Sign" means any sign displayed on a canopy or suspended from a canopy, awning or marquee and hanging over a pedestrian or vehicular traffic corridor
      (2)   Freestanding signs shall include the following:
         A.   "Planter sign," "monument sign," and "planter/monument" sign means a free-standing sign that is either 1) supported by a masonry foundation that is at least as wide as the sign, or 2) supported by other means but having the support structure concealed by a low wall, box or other structure made of masonry, stone or wood that contains evergreen vegetation and that, with the vegetation, is as wide as the sign and entirely conceals the sign's support structure;
         B.   "Pole sign" means a sign which is supported from below by a single structural member, regardless of material or dimension, if the sign does not conform to the definition of a monument, planter or planter/monument sign.  Pole signs are prohibited in all zoning districts.
         C.   "Roof sign" means any sign erected, constructed and maintained wholly upon or over the roof of any building with the principal support on the roof structure.  Roof signs are prohibited in all zoning districts.
            (Ord.  2019-38.  Passed 3-11-19.)
   1159.05  DESIGN STANDARDS.
   Signs, as permitted in the various zoning districts, shall be professionally designed, constructed and installed so as to be compatible in character with regard to the architecture of the building on which they are located, and to the materials, color and size of signs designed or located on the same building and on adjoining buildings in order to produce an overall unified effect in accordance with the standards set forth in this section.
   (a)   Wall/Panel Signs.  Wall signs shall not project more than 12 inches from the building wall to which it is attached and shall be set back from the end of the building, parapet or party wall line for a distance of at least three (3) feet and shall not project above the building wall.  Wall signs may be internally or externally illuminated.
   (b)   Projecting Signs.  Shall not extend more than three (3) feet from the face of a building and the lowest portion of such sign shall not be less than eight (8) feet above the finished grade of a sidewalk or other pedestrian way.
   (c)   Sign Height.  Maximum height of freestanding signs shall be in accordance with the height limitations as specified in the following zoning district regulations.  The height of a freestanding sign shall be measured from the base of the sign or the supporting structure at normal grade to the top of the highest element.  Normal grades shall be:
      (1)   The existing grade prior to construction; or
      (2)   The newly, established grade after construction, exclusive of filling, berming or mounding solely for the purpose of locating the sign.
   (d)   Vertical Dimension. The lowest member of all signs which are supported or suspended from a building shall not be less than eight (8) feet above the finished grade of a sidewalk or other pedestrian way.  If located over a pavement used for vehicular traffic or within eighteen (18) inches of the vertical projection of the edges of such pavement, the lowest member of the sign shall not be less than fifteen (15) feet above the finished pavement.
   (e)   Relation to Openings.  Signs shall not project over or obstruct the required windows or doors of any building.
   (f)   Relation to Traffic Devices.  Signs shall not be erected so as to obstruct sight lines along any public way, traffic control lights, street name signs at intersections, street sight lines or signals at railroad grade crossings.  Signs visible from the street shall not contain an arrow or words such as “stop”, “go”, “slow”, etc. and the movement, content, coloring or manner of illumination shall not resemble traffic control signs.
   (g)   Movement Restriction.   No sign shall employ any parts of elements which revolve, rotate, whirl, spin, flash or otherwise make use of motion to attract attention, excepting any sign performing a public service function indicating time, temperature or similar service.  Banners, posters, pennants, ribbons, streamers, spinners, strings of lights, search lights, air balloons other similar devices for the purpose of advertising or attracting attention are prohibited.
   (h)   Signs on Corner Lots.  No sign shall be allowed within a triangle formed between two points on the front and side street right of way lines within thirty-five (35) feet from their intersection.
   (i)   Continuity.  Signs and their placement shall be considered in relation to their surroundings and if seen in series on a building wall or walls, shall have continuity of design with respect to shape, materials and color.
   (j)   Style and Color.  The style (or design) of a sign shall be consistent throughout a particular building or group of buildings.  The colors of signs shall be compatible with the color of the building façade(s) and other existing and proposed signs.
   (k)   Graphics.  The lettering on a sign shall be clearly legible and in scale with the sign surface upon which it is placed.  Changeable copy signs are permitted only for informational signs.
   (l)   Materials.  Signs shall be constructed of materials which are of appropriate quality and durability and which are compatible with the materials of the building upon which such signs are placed.
   (m)   Structural Design.  The construction, erection and maintenance of all signs shall be in compliance with the Building Code and all other applicable municipal standards and regulations.
      (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.06  ILLUMINATION OF SIGNS.
   (a)   Internally illuminated signs shall be illuminated with LED (light emitting diode) only.  No intermittent, flashing, or moving illumination shall be permitted.  No exposed LED or neon shall be permitted.
 
   (b)   A permanent sign in any district may be illuminated after sunset.  Signs that are illuminated after sunset shall not exceed a maximum luminance level of seven hundred fifty (750) cd/m2 (candelas per square meter, i.e., nits), regardless of method of illumination.  At sunrise, the sign may resume luminance levels appropriate for daylight conditions.
 
   (c)   Externally illuminated signs, whether the lighting is mounted above or below the sign face or panel, shall have lighting fixtures or luminaires that are fully shielded.
 
   (d)   Temporary signs shall not be illuminated.
(Ord. 2016-54.  Passed 3-28-16.)
   1159.07  SIGN FACE AREA.
   Throughout this Chapter, reference is made to the maximum permitted sign face area for single face signs.  Freestanding signs may, however, have more than a single sign face.  In such case, the maximum permitted sign face area for a single sign face shall apply to all sign faces.  For example, if a sign face area of forty (40) square feet is permitted for a single sign face, a double-faced sign is permitted forty (40) square feet of sign face area for each sign face or a total of eighty (80) square feet.  No sign shall have more than two (2) sign faces.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.08  TEMPORARY SIGNS.
   (a)   Temporary signs may be displayed in all zoning districts subject to the following schedules and conditions:
      (1)   Political signs – forty-five (45) days prior to the election and until seven (7) days after the election.
      (2)   Construction signs - at the commencement of construction until the issuance of the certificate of occupancy, the abandonment of the project, or the failure to diligently pursue a reasonable construction schedule.
      (3)   Real estate project signs and commercial real estate signs – Subject to regulations in each zoning district listed in this Chapter.
   (b)   Each temporary sign (except political signs and temporary signs in residential zoning districts) must receive a temporary sign permit through the Building Department by remitting a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) permit fee per sign.  Unless otherwise stated in this Code, each temporary sign permit shall allow a temporary sign to be displayed for up to thirty (30) days.  At the time of application for a permit, the applicant shall indicate on the application form the date upon which the temporary sign will be removed.  If the applicant fails to remove the temporary sign by the deadline date and/or the expiration date of the permit, the City, without demand or notice to the applicant, may remove the sign(s).
   (c)   Unless otherwise stated in this Code, each address or business entity is permitted to receive a maximum of four (4) thirty (30) days temporary sign permits per one (1) calendar year.  (Ord. 2017-53.  Passed 4-24-17.)
   1159.09  INSTITUTIONAL FACILITY SIGNS.
   Signs accessory to a governmental facility, a non-profit school or educational facility, or a place of worship  ("institutional use") which announce events, programs and activities shall be designed, erected, altered, moved and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the following regulations:
     (a)   One identification bulletin board or informational planter sign not exceeding forty (40) square feet in single sign face area and not exceeding eight (8) feet in height may be permitted on the premises of each institutional use, provided such sign is back at least twenty-five (25) feet from any lot line and ten (10) feet from any street right of way line.
     (b)     Directional signs not exceeding three (3) square feet in single face sign area and three (3) feet in height may be permitted on any building lot but not less than ten (10) feet from any lot line and street right of way line.
     (c)     One identification planter sign not exceeding forty (40) square feet in single sign face area and eight (8) feet in height may be permitted on any building lot but not less than ten (10) feet from any lot line and street right of way line.
   (d)   Each institutional use shall be permitted one (1) wall/panel sign to the extent authorized and limited in Section 1159.13
      (Ord.  2019-38.  Passed 3-11-19.)
   1159.10  RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT SIGNS (One family, Two Family, Single Family Cluster, Apartment and Senior Residence)
   Accessory signs in residential districts shall be designed, erected, altered, moved, and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the regulations as provided in this Section. 
   (a)   One (1) wall name plate indicating an occupant’s name and house number, not exceeding two (2) square feet in sign face area, may be located on any dwelling.
   (b)   One temporary real estate sign advertising the sale, rental or lease of the premises on which the sign is displayed, not exceeding six (6) square feet in single face sign area and four (4) feet in height shall be permitted for each dwelling or lot, provided such sign shall be located not less than twenty five (25) feet from any side lot line or ten (10) feet from any street right of way line.  Illumination shall not be permitted. The real estate sign must be removed upon one of the following: transfer of ownership or the property or expiration of the listing agreement.
   (c)   One temporary project sign, not exceeding thirty-two (32) square feet in single face sign area and eight (8) feet in height, may be permitted while a development is under construction provided such sign is located on the parcel being developed.  This sign shall be installed in accordance with Section 1159.08.  A temporary project sign shall be located not less than ten (10) feet from the nearest street right of way line, twenty five (25) feet from the nearest lot line and one hundred (100) feet from the nearest occupied residence, or at a location recommended by the Planning Director.  Permits for such signs shall be for a period not to exceed one year, however, such permits may be renewed if the applicant establishes, and the Planning Director confirms that construction is being pursued diligently.
   (d)   Temporary Signs – Other – including but not limited to, political signs.
   (e)   One permanent subdivision or project identification planter sign, or street island sign not exceeding forty (40) square feet in single sign face area and eight (8) feet in height, indicating the name of the subdivision or residential development, may be permitted for each entrance to the subdivision or residential development. Such signs shall be set back not less than ten (10) feet from the street right of way line and shall comply with the provisions for Signs on Corner Lots (Section 1159.05 (H).  Illumination, if any, of such sign shall meet the requirement of Section 1159.06.
   (f)   Street Island Signs – A street island sign shall be permitted for each entrance to the subdivision or residential development.  A street island sign is subject to the following standards:
      (1)   The sign must be a project identification sign.
      (2)   The sign must be a “back to back” ground sign.
      (3)   The sign must be set back at least three (3) feet from any island edge.
      (4)   The sign must be set back at least twenty-five (25) feet from the right of way line of the street that intersects with the project’s entrance street.
   (g)   Special Event Signs.
      (1)   The Zoning Inspector (Building Department), upon receipt of the necessary bond, may permit:
         A.   A maximum of four temporary signs within the City for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days and which are limited to the purpose of advertising public activities sponsored by public, institutional or charitable organizations within the City.
            (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.11  BUSINESS DISTRICT SIGNS.
   Signs in Business Districts shall be designed, erected, altered, moved and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the following regulations:
     (a)     Use Types Permitted.
            (1)  Directional;
            (2)  Identification;
            (3)  Nameplate;
          (4)  Project (temporary) and Real Estate (temporary)
            (5)  Temporary - Other (Political signs)
      (b)     Structural Types Permitted.
            (1)  Canopy;
            (2)  Planter/Monument;
            (3)  Wall/Panel;
            (4)  Window.
   (c)   As used in this Section, "Business District" means the B (Business), B-T (business transitional), C-R (commercial, office, residential), R-O (residence-office), R-T transitional residential), and C-3 (highway interchange commercial) districts.  This section also applies to legal non-conforming non-residential uses in other districts.  (Ord.  2019-38.  Passed 3-11-19.)
   1159.12  BUSINESS SIGNS – MEASUREMENT STANDARDS.
   Signs identifying an office, retail business and service use shall be regulated by relating the total maximum area of all signs to the size of the building unit to which the signs are necessary.
   (a)   The maximum sign face area permitted for a building or use shall include all the surfaces of a single face sign or signs, and one surface of a double faced sign.  The area of a sign shall be measured as the minimum area which can be enclosed by a square, rectangle, or triangle, or any combination thereof, the sides of which make contact with the extreme points or edges of the sign face, excluding the supporting structure if such does not form a part or the advertising portion of the sign.
   (b)   The “unit of building” or “building unit” refers to a space occupying a portion of the ground floor of a building, containing its own entrance and separated from other such spaces by a party wall or walls.  Building unit width shall be the width of the unit as measured from party wall centerlines along the building frontage.
   (c)   Service entrances to a retail business and service use may be identified by a nameplate on the building not exceeding two square feet in single face sign area.
      (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.13  WALL/PANEL SIGNS – MAXIMUM AREA PERMITTED.
   The maximum sign face area for all permitted office, retail business and service use signage for each building shall be determined as follows:
   (a)   “Sign area” means the figure computed on the basis of all that area within the outside dimension of the sign, but shall not include the area necessary for supporting structures.  In the case where characters or symbols are attached to a structure with no background other than the structure to which they are attached, the sign area shall be that area contained within the smallest single continuous perimeter or not more than eight (8) straight lines enclosing the extreme limits of the sign.  When a sign has two display faces, the area of one face shall be included in determining the area of the sign; however, when a sign has more than two faces, the area of the sign over two faces shall be added to the total area. In addition, all riders or attachments to the signs or sign structures, whether temporary or permanent, shall be included as part of the total sign area for the sign to which they are attached.
   (b)   Each business shall be permitted one wall sign, the size of which shall be limited to a maximum of two (2) square feet for every linear foot of wall on the building side upon which the sign is located.
      (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.14  BUSINESS SIGNS – NUMBER, LOCATION AND AREA REGULATIONS
   (a)     Location.  Except as provided in subsections (c) and (h) hereof, signs within the Business District may only be located upon the property to which they pertain.  As used in this Section, "Business District" means the B (Business), B-T (business transitional), C-R (commercial, office, residential), R-O (residence-office), R-T transitional residential), and C-3 (highway interchange commercial) districts.  This section also applies to legal non-conforming non-residential uses in other districts.
   (b)     Wall Signs.  One wall sign may be permitted for each separate business use.
   (c)     Planter/Monument Signs.  Business uses may be permitted one planter/monument identification sign in accordance with the following provisions:
      (1)   Planter/Monument signs shall not be less than twenty-five (25) feet from the side lot line and not less than one hundred (100) feet from any Residential District line. A planter/monument sign shall be set back a minimum of ten (10) feet from the street right of way line. No planter/monument sign shall be allowed within a triangle formed between points on the street right of way line and the nearest edge of an intersection drive within thirty-five (35) feet from the intersection.
      (2)   The maximum single face sign area shall not exceed forty (40) square feet for any planter/monument sign.
      (3)   The maximum height of a planter sign shall be eight (8) feet including frames and moldings.  All planter/monument signs shall have a decorative base and the base shall not exceed forty-five percent (45%) of the entire sign area.
      (4)   A planter/monument sign shall be permitted to a freestanding single-tenant non-residential building in an Integrated Development Plan Area identified in subsection (i) hereof, notwithstanding that the business is or can be represented on a multi-tenant identification sign granted under that subsection. 
   (d)     Canopy or Covered Walk Signs.  One canopy or covered walk identification sign may be attached to the soffit or fascia of a canopy or roof over a walkway of each business use.  The lowest member of such sign shall not be less than eight (8) feet above the sidewalk grade.
   (e)     Directional Signs.  Directional signs indicating traffic routes may be permitted in addition to the other signs permitted and in excess of the other limitations of this Chapter, provided that no such sign exceeds three (3) square feet in a single face sign area or is closer than fifteen (15) feet to any side lot line or ten (10) feet to any street right of way line, and provided that no directional sign exceeds three (3) feet in height.
   (f)     Temporary Project Signs.  One temporary project sign not exceeding thirty two (32) square feet in single sign face area and eight (8) feet in height shall be permitted if it is located on the lot of a proposed building or a building under construction.  Such project sign shall be located not less than one hundred (100) feet from the nearest residential lot line and not less than twenty five (25) feet from the nearest nonresidential lot and street right of way line.  Permits for such signs shall be for a period not to exceed one year. However, such permits may be renewed while construction is pursued diligently.  Project signs shall be removed within fourteen (14) days of the commencement of the intended use or the issuance of a certificate of occupancy, whichever occurs first.
   (g)     Other Temporary Signs.  Temporary signs announcing sales, new products or special business events may be permitted in addition to the maximum sign face area of a permanent business sign. Temporary signs may be placed on the inside surface of the windows and doors of the building provided that such signs do not exceed thirty percent (30%) of the window area and are not displayed for more than thirty (30) consecutive days.  Temporary signs secured to surfaces other than windows of the main building are prohibited.  Mobile or moveable signs are not permitted.  One temporary real estate sign may be permitted advertising the sale, rental or lease of the premises or part of the premises on which the sign is displayed, provided such sign does not exceed thirty two (32) square feet in single sign face area or eight feet in height.  Such sign shall be located not less than twenty-five (25) feet from any side lot line or fifteen (15) feet from any street right of way line.  Illumination is not permitted.
   (h)     Business Identification Signs - Multiple Uses Not Subject to Integrated Development Plan. Properties containing multiple business uses may be permitted planter/monument identification signs in accordance with the following provisions: In the case of (1) business areas contained on one or more parcels of property and containing more than one building, designed, developed and operated as a coordinated unit, and (2) business buildings on one parcel of property containing more than one business unit: individual store or business identification shall be limited to signage attached to the building or unit thereof, and in addition, one permanent planter/monument identification sign may be permitted indicating the name of the shopping or business location or business building, as well as the names of the individual stores or businesses ("multi-tenant sign").  Multi-tenant identification signs provided for under this subsection (h) shall be authorized and limited as follows:
      (1)   Signs shall not exceed a total 160 square feet of sign face area,
      (2)   Signs shall not exceed ten (10) feet maximum height,
      (3)   Tenant identification panels shall not exceed twenty (20) square feet each, 
      (4)   Signs shall be set back at least 10 feet from the nearest public right-of-way, and twenty-five (25) feet from the nearest property line, and
      (5)   In a business area contained on one or more parcels of property and containing more than one building, designed, developed and operated as a coordinated unit, a multi-tenant identification sign may refer to a business not located on the same parcel as the sign, if the business referred to is located within the area operated as a coordinated unit.
   (i)   Business Identification Signs - Multiple Uses Subject to Integrated Development Plan. Properties containing multiple business uses may be permitted planter/monument identification signs in accordance with the following provisions: In the case of a business area of five (5) acres or more developed under and subject to an Integrated Development Plan approved and in effect under either Section 1132.08 or 1147.06 hereof ("IDP Area"): individual store or business identification shall be limited to signage attached to the building or unit thereof, and in addition, permanent planter/monument identification signs may be permitted indicating the name of the shopping or business location or business building, as well as the names of the individual stores or businesses ("multi-tenant sign").  Multi-tenant identification signs provided for under this subsection (i) shall be authorized and limited as follows:
      (1)   Signs shall not exceed a total 200 square feet of sign face area,
      (2)   Signs shall not exceed twenty-five (25) feet maximum height,
      (3)   Tenant identification panels shall not exceed twenty (20) square feet each, 
      (4)   Signs shall be set back at least ten (10) feet from the nearest public right-of-way, and twenty-five (25) feet from the nearest property line,
      (5)   One multi-tenant identification sign will be permitted for each main entrance to the IDP Area, provided that no such sign will be sited within 1,500 feet of another multi-tenant identification sign.  "Main entrance" means a signalized intersection with at least three total lanes for vehicular entrance/exit, and
      (6)   In an IDP Area, a multi-tenant identification sign may refer to a business not located on the same parcel as the sign, if the business referred to is located within the IDP Area.   
   (j)     Canopy Signs (Theatre).  The Planning Commission shall determine the size and design characteristics of theatre canopy signage.
   (k)     Service Station Island Signs.  Automobile service stations shall be permitted information signs at fuel pumps and other service islands.  Such signs shall be limited to the display of information regarding the type of service provided and other information essential in directing and instructing the motoring public.  The number, area, height and design of such signs shall be determined by the Planning Commission.  No identification or business signs shall be permitted on, or attached to, any part of the pump island canopy.
   (l)     Office Park Identification Signs.  In addition to the signs permitted in this Section, one office park identification planter or monument sign may be permitted for a unified development of three or more office buildings serviced by a common access drive.  Said sign shall only identify the name and address of the office park.  The maximum single face sign area shall not exceed forty (40) square feet.  A planter sign shall not exceed eight (8) feet in height.  Such sign shall be located at the vehicular entrance to the office park and shall be set back a minimum of thirty (30) feet from the nearest street right of way line and nearest edge of pavement of a private drive.
   (m)     Temporary Signs - Other - including but not limited to political signs.
   (n)   Medical Marijuana Dispensary Business Identification Signs.  A medical marijuana dispensary shall be permitted one Wall or one Canopy or Covered Walk sign, otherwise compliant with this section and with Section 1159.13.  A Canopy or Covered Walk sign shall not exceed the size limitations contained in Section 1159.13(b).  The provisions of Section 3796:6-3-24(H) of the Ohio Administrative Code regulating dispensary advertising signage shall also apply to business identification signs authorized under this subsection. 
(Ord.  2019-38.  Passed 3-11-19.)
   1159.15  INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT SIGNS (Intensive Commercial and Light Industrial, Limited Industrial and Heavy Industrial)
   Accessory signs to industrial uses shall be designed, erected, altered, moved and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the following regulations.
   (a)   Use types Permitted:
      (1)   Directional;
      (2)   Identification;
      (3)   Nameplate;
      (4)   Project (temporary), and Real Estate (temporary)
      (5)   Temporary Signs – Other – including but not limited to political signs.
   (b)   Structural Types Permitted:
      (1)   Planter;
      (2)   Wall;
      (3)   Monument.
         (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.16  INDUSTRIAL SIGNS – MAXIMUM AREA AND NUMBER PERMITTED
   (a)   Planter/Monument Signs. One permanent identification planter sign indicating the building or occupant name only shall be permitted on the lot of each industrial use.  A permanent identification planter sign shall not exceed forty (40) square feet in single sign face area.  A planter/monument sign shall not exceed eight (8) feet in height and shall be located not less than twenty five (25) feet from a side property line and not less than one hundred (100) feet from a residential district line.  A planter/monument sign shall be set back a minimum of ten (10) feet from a street right of way line.
   (b)   Wall Signs.  Shall be permitted for each separate use occupying a building.  The maximum sign face area of all permanent wall signs permitted for an industrial building shall be in accordance with the provisions of Section 1159.05.  The maximum sign face area of a wall sign shall not exceed forty (40) square feet.
   (c)   Directional Signs.  May be permitted in addition to the other limitations of this Section indicating traffic routes provided no such sign exceeds three (3) square feet in single sign face area or is closer than fifteen (15) feet to any side lot line or ten (10) feet to any street right of way line, and provided that no directional sign exceeds three (3) feet in height.
   (d)   Temporary Project Signs.  One temporary project sign not exceeding thirty-two (32) square feet in single sign face area and eight (8) feet in height shall be permitted if it is located on the lot of a proposed building or a building under construction.  Such project sign shall be located not less than 100 feet from the nearest residential lot line and not less than twenty five (25) feet from the nearest non residential lot and street right of way line.  Permits for such signs shall be for a period not exceeding one year.  However, such permits may be renewed while construction is pursued diligently.  Project signs shall be removed within fourteen (14) days following the issuance of the first occupancy permit.
   (e)   Other Temporary Signs.  One temporary real estate sign may be permitted advertising the sale, rental or lease of the premises or part of the premises on which the sign is displayed, provided such sign does not exceed thirty two (32) square feet in sign face area or eight (8) feet in height.  Such sign shall be located not less than twenty five (25) feet from any side lot line or fifteen (15) feet from any street right of way line.  Illumination shall not be permitted.
   (f)   Industrial Park Identification Signs.  In addition to the signs permitted in this Section, one industrial park identification planter/monument sign or street island sign shall be permitted for a unified development of three (3) or more industrial buildings serviced by a common access drive. Said sign shall only identify the name and address of the industrial park.  The maximum single face of sign area shall not exceed forty (40) square feet.  A planter/monument sign shall not exceed eight (8) feet in height.  Such sign shall be located at the vehicular entrance to an industrial park and shall be set back a minimum of thirty five (35) feet from the nearest street right of way line and nearest edge of pavement of a private drive.
   (g)   Temporary Signs Other -  including but not limited to, political signs.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.17  MAINTENANCE OF SIGNS.
   All signs and sign structures shall be maintained in a safe and attractive condition. Illuminated signs shall be kept operable.  Signs which no longer serve the purpose for which they were intended, or which have been abandoned, shall be removed by the latest permit holder, property owner or by the municipality at the expense of the permit holder or property owner. 
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.18  NONCONFORMING SIGNS.
   (a)   Construction, enlargement, relocation, extension, replacement and/or alteration of the structure of a nonconforming sign to any extent are not permitted unless it is brought into conformance with this chapter.
   (b)   In the event that the use of a nonconforming sign is discontinued or abandoned for a period of two consecutive months from the date of a documented inspection or date of utility disconnect from the use of which it advertises, the use of the sign shall thereafter conform to the provisions of this chapter;
   (c)   A nonconforming sign that is destroyed or damaged to the extent of more than 50% of the net worth, due to natural causes, may not be reconstructed except in accordance with this chapter; however, any sign destroyed or damaged to any extent by vandalism may be rebuilt to its original state within three (3) months;
   (d)   Normal maintenance is allowed on all existing legal nonconforming signs;
   (e)   A nonconforming sign may not be transferred from the user or owner of the premises at the enactment of this ordinance to a new user or owner; and
   (f)   Any non conforming sign must be brought into conformance within three (3) years of enactment of this chapter.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.19  ABANDONED SIGNS.
   (a)   Any sign accessory to an abandoned use shall be removed by the property owner and/or tenant within fifteen (15) days of notification for removal by certified mail from the Zoning Inspector. A use shall be determined abandoned if it has ceased operations for at least ninety (90) consecutive days.  Seasonal businesses are exempt from this provision.
   (b)   Notification shall be deemed sufficient if mailed to the property owner of record as shown with the Portage County Recorder.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.20  SIGN SPECIFICATION PLATE.
   All signs hereafter erected shall contain a two inch by four inch (2” x 4”) specification plate indicating the date of installation; the sign permit number, the primary voltage and amperage of any electrical components in connection therewith.
(Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.21  PROHIBITED SIGNS.
   (a)   The signs and/or advertising devices enumerated in this Section are expressly prohibited in all zoning districts of the City of Streetsboro:
        (1)     Roof Signs and pole signs.
        (2)     Animated, flashing or blinking signs.
        (3)      Moving, revolving signs and sign parts.
        (4)     Racer type signs.
        (5)     Streamers, inflatable signs or icons, inflatable forms or tethered balloons.
      (6)   Signs on vehicles, trailers and the like which are parked and positioned with the intent or effect of serving the purpose of acting as a sign to advertise on premise or off premise goods, services or facilities.
      (7)   Signs having words, symbols, shape, or other features that would cause confusion because of their resemblance to traffic control signs.
      (8)   Using merchandise, equipment, products, or other items for identification or advertising purposes.
      (9)     Signs attached to trees, utility poles, street sign poles and the like.
      (10)   Signs painted on any structure other than a building.  No sign may be painted on any surface of any building, except windows.
      (11)   Signs that overhang or are within a public right of way, except for a public information sign for which a permit has been issued.
      (12)   Exposed light bulbs or strings of lights not permanently attached to a rigid and permanent background.
      (13)   Except as expressly permitted in Section 1159.14, off-premise signs, billboards and other outdoor advertising, including any outdoor sign whose message directs attention to a specific business, product, service, event or activity, or other commercial or noncommercial activity, or contains a non-commercial message about something that is not sold, produced, manufactured, furnished, or conducted on the premises upon which the sign is located.   
   (b)   Public Areas. Except as otherwise specifically authorized by this Chapter, no sign shall be placed on any surface located on public property or on, over, upon or across any public street or right of way.  (Ord.  2019-38.  Passed 3-11-19.)
   1159.22  EXEMPTIONS TO REGULATIONS.
   The following signage shall be exempt fro these sign regulations:
   (a)   Signage which is an integral part of the original construction of vending or similar machines, fuel pumps or similar devices;
   (b)   Cornerstones and permanent building plaques displaying the date of construction, building name or similar information;
   (c)   Street name signs;
   (d)   Holiday decorations displayed for customary periods of time; and
   (e)   Painted walls, murals or similar artwork shall be reviewed by the Planning Commission.  (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.23  NUISANCE.
   (a)   Any sign or other object placed, displayed, erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered or permitted to remain on any premises in violation of this Chapter and any sign heretofore erected, constructed or displayed without legal authorization is hereby declared to constitute a nuisance, and in addition to any penalty provided in the Codified Ordinances for such violation, the nuisance may be abated in the manner provided now or in the future by the statutes of Ohio, in the manner provided in the Codified Ordinances of the City of Streetsboro or in the manner provided in Section 1159.23 of this Chapter.  The procedural requirements of these alternative abatement remedies shall not be cumulative, and only the procedures of the abatement remedy implemented shall be required.
   (b)   The Zoning and/or Building Inspector is authorized to access any premises in the City upon which a sign is located for the purposes of inspection of sign(s) to ensure compliance with this chapter.
   (c)   City Inspection.  All signs shall be subject to inspection following installation to verify the operating condition, maintenance, structural safety and conditions under which the permit was issued.  (Ord. 2017-53.  Passed 4-24-17.)
   1159.24  REMOVAL OF SIGNS.
   (a)   The Zoning Inspector is authorized to order the removal or maintenance of any sign which constitutes a nuisance.  Any such order shall be served upon the owner of the property, owner of the sign (if known), permit holder, and/or the person in possession of the sign by personal service, certified mail service, certificate of mailing, or posting notice on the premises where the sign is located, provided that, where service has been refused, regular mail service shall be required and the time for compliance shall commence from the date such service is entered into the records of the Planning and Zoning Department.
   (b)   Whenever the removal or maintenance of any permanent sign has been ordered by the Zoning Inspector, the owner of the property, owner of the sign (if known), permit holder, and/or the person in possession of such sign shall comply with such order within fourteen (14) days after notice is served upon him.  Whenever the removal or maintenance of any temporary or portable sign has been ordered by the Zoning Inspector, the owner of the property, owner of the sign (if known), permit holder, and/or person in possession of such sign shall comply with such order within forty-eight (48) hours after notice is served upon him.  In the event of noncompliance, the Zoning Inspector may remove or cause to be removed or maintain such sign at the expense of the owner of such sign, permit holder, and/or the owner of the property on whose premises it was erected, affixed or attached, and such person shall be individually and separately liable for the expense incurred in the removal or maintenance of such sign.  Removal of a sign shall include the sign face, enclosing frame, all sign supporting members and base, unless otherwise ordered.
   (c)   Signs which the Planning and Zoning Director, Zoning Inspector, Building Department personnel, Department of Public Service personnel, Engineering Department personnel, or Police Department personnel find within public rights-of-way or upon public property, or which wherever located present an immediate and serious danger to the public because of their unsafe condition may be removed without prior notice.
   (d)   Neither the City nor any of its agents shall be liable for any damage caused by removing a sign pursuant to the provisions of this section.
(Ord. 2017-53.  Passed 4-24-17.)
   1159.25  CONDITIONS FOR CONSIDERATION OF BOARD OF ZONING AND BUILDING APPEALS
   When considering variances from these sign regulations, the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals shall take into consideration the following conditions:
   (a)   There are special circumstances or conditions, such as the existence of buildings, topography, vegetation, sign structures or other matters on adjacent lots or within the adjacent public right of way, which would substantially restrict the effectiveness of the sign in question, provided however, that such special circumstances or conditions must be peculiar to the particular business or enterprise to which the applicant desires to draw attention and do not apply generally to all businesses or enterprises;
   (b)   The variance would be in general harmony with the purposes of this Chapter and specifically would not be injurious to the neighborhood in which the business or enterprise to which the applicant desires to draw attention is located;
   (c)   The variance is the minimum one necessary to permit the applicant to reasonably draw attention to his business or enterprise;
   (d)   Also refer to Section 1105.12.
      (Ord. 2005-94.  Passed 7-25-05.)
   1159.26  SIGN REGULATION SUMMARY.
   SEE TABLES ON FOLLOWING PAGES
   1159.99  PENALTIES.
   (a)   The erection or maintenance of a prohibited sign, the erection of signs without a permit, the failure to remove a nuisance sign under Section 1159.23 or an abandoned sign under Section 1159.19 not authorized by this Chapter, including the failure to comply with any condition(s) established in connection with the approval of any sign or variance, shall be an unclassified misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).  Each day on which a violation occurs or continues to occur shall be deemed a separate offense.
   (b)   Any violation not specified herein shall be punishable under the terms of provisions of Section 1107.11.  (Ord. 2017-53.  Passed 4-24-17.)
CITY OF STREETSBORO - CHAPTER 1159 SIGN REGULATIONS
SUMMARY OF PUBLIC FACILITY SIGNAGE
 

TYPE OF SIGN PERMITTED

NUMBER OF SIGNS PERMITTED

MAXIMUM SIZE OF SINGLE FACE SQ. FT.
SET BACK FROM STREET R.0.W. (FT.)
SET BACK FROM LOT LINE (FT.)

MAXIMUM HEIGHT (FT.)


OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Bulletin Board or Announcement
1
40 Square Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
8 Feet
Public, Charitable, Religious and Educational
Directional
1
3 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
3 Feet
N/A
Identification
1
40 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
N/A
Temporary
1
32 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
 
Temporary - Other
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Political Signs Not Permitted on Public Facilities
CITY OF STREETSBORO - CHAPTER 1159 SIGN REGULATIONS
SUMMARY OF RESIDENTIAL SIGN USE
 

TYPE OF SIGN PERMITTED

NUMBER OF SIGNS PERMITTED
MAXIMUM SIZE OF SINGLE FACE SQ. FT.
SET BACK FROM STREET R.0.W. (FT.)

SET BACK FROM LOT LINE (FT.)

MAXIMUM HEIGHT (FT.)


OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Nameplate
1
Two (2) Sq. Ft.
Attached to Dwelling or 15 feet from Right of Way
Attached to dwelling or 25 feet from property line
N/A
N/A
Temporary Real Estate Sign
1
6 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
5 Feet
Illumination Not Permitted
Temporary Project Sign
1
32 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Minimum 100 feet from occupied residence
Subdivision or Project Identification Sign
1 for each entrance
40 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet from intersecting road
8 Feet
Illumination Permitted
 
Temporary Sign Other
N/A
32 sq. ft. in R- R or B 6 sq. ft. in other zoning classifications
10 Feet
25 feet from intersecting road
8 feet
Political signs, illumination not permitted, 45 days prior to election and must be removed 7 days after election
CITY OF STREETSBORO - CHAPTER 1159 SIGN REGULATION
SUMMARY OF BUSINESS SIGN USAGE
 

TYPE OF SIGN PERMITTED

NUMBER OF SIGNS PERMITTED
MAXIMUM SIZE OF SINGLE FACE SQ. FT.
SET BACK FROM STREET R.0.W. (FT.)

SET BACK FROM LOT LINE (FT.)

MAXIMUM HEIGHT (FT.)


OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Identification Wall Sign
1
See Code Section
Attached to Building
Attached to Building
See Code Section
 
Identification Planter Sign
1
40 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Maximum 100' from Residential District Boundary
Identification Window Sign
1
40 Square Feet
Attached to Building
Attached to Building
N/A
Not to Exceed 30% of Window Area
Identification Awning Sign
1
See Code Section
Attached to Building
Attached to Building
See Code Section
Minimum 8 Feet Above Sidewalk
Directional Sign
N/A
3 Square Feet
10 Feet
15 Feet
3 Feet
No Advertising Logo Permitted
Temporary Project Sign
1
32 Square Feet
25 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Minimum 100' from Residential District Boundary
Temporary Real Estate Sign
1
32 Square Feet
15 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Illumination Not Permitted
Project or Office Park Identification
1
40 Square Feet
35 Feet from Street R.O.W. & Edge of Pavement
N/A
8 Feet
N/A
Temporary Sign- Other
N/A
32 Square Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
8 Feet
Political Signs - 45 days prior to the election, must be removed 7 days after election, illumination not permitted
 
CITY OF STREETSBORO - CHAPTER 1159 SIGN REGULATIONS
SUMMARY OF INDUSTRIAL SIGN USAGE
 


TYPE OF SIGN PERMITTED

NUMBER OF SIGNS PERMITTED
MAXIMUM SIZE OF SINGLE FACE SQ. FT.
SET BACK FROM STREET R.0.W. (FT.)

SET BACK FROM LOT LINE (FT.)

MAXIMUM HEIGHT (FT.)


OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Identification Wall Sign
1
40 Square Feet
Attached to Building
Attached to Building
See Code Section
 
Identification Planter Sign
1
40 Square Feet
10 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Maximum 100' from Residential District Boundary
Directional Sign
N/A
3 Square Feet
10 Feet
15 Feet
3 Feet
No Advertising Logo Permitted
Temporary Project Sign
1
32 Square Feet
25 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Minimum 100' from Residential District Boundary
Temporary Real Estate Sign
1
32 Square Feet
15 Feet
25 Feet
8 Feet
Illumination Not Permitted
Industrial Park Identification Sign
1
40 Square Feet
35 Feet from Street R.O.W. & Edge of Pavement
N/A
8 Feet
Island Sign Permitted See Code Section
Temporary Sign- Other
N/A
32 Square Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
8 Feet
Political Signs - 45 days prior to the election, must be removed 7 days after election, illumination not permitted