(A)   Non-single or two-family residential lighting.
      (1)   Permit required. Whenever a person plans to install outdoor lighting, an outdoor lighting permit must be applied for and granted. The applicant shall, as a part of said application, submit sufficient information to enable a determination as to whether the proposed lighting will comply with this zoning code.
      (2)   Application contents. The application shall include the following:
         (a)   A site plan indicating any existing lighting fixtures and the proposed location of all new outdoor lighting fixtures, indicating which of the existing fixtures, if any, are to be retained and which, if any, removed;
         (b)   A description of each illuminating device, fixture, lamp, support and shield. This description may include, but is not limited to, manufacturer’s catalog cuts and drawings (including sections where required), lamp types and lumen outputs. For existing lighting, photographs of the fixtures will be accepted if original manufacturer’s information is not available; and
         (c)   Such other information as may be necessary to determine compliance with this zoning code.
      (3)   Permit issuance. If the Town Manager or representative of the Town Manager acting on behalf of the town determines that the proposed lighting does not comply with this zoning code, the permit shall not be issued or the plan approved.
   (B)   Single- and two-family residential lighting. Lighting on single-family and two-family residential sites will be reviewed on-site, and compliance with this zoning code verified before issuance of the certificate of occupancy. A lighting permit separate from the building permit is not required.
(Ord. 2012-04, passed 12-5-2012)