6.2   Sign dimension.
   The sign area shall be the area of the smallest geometric figure, which encompasses the facing of the sign including, but not limited to, the copy, insignia, logo, symbol, photograph, background, and borders.
   In the case of signs mounted back-to-back, only one side of the sign is to be used for computation of the area. Back-to-back signs shall be defined as double-faced signs. Otherwise, the surface area of each sign is to be separately computed. In the case of cylindrical signs, signs in the shape of cubes, or other signs that are substantially three-dimensional with respect to their display surfaces, the entire display surface or surfaces is included in computations of area. If a sign is attached to an entrance wall or fence, only that portion of that wall or fence onto which the sign face or letters are placed shall be calculated in the sign area. Entrance wall or fence area outside of the sign area width shall not be considered a part of the sign. The entrance wall or fence outside of sign area width shall not exceed four (4) feet in height.
   Decorations shall not exceed sixty-four (64) square feet in size and only one (1) decoration per side of the building is permitted.
Permitted Sign Dimension
(Ord. No. 2007-36, 8-7-07; E-mail of 3-20-12(A); Ord. No. 2020-10, 12-1-20)