Temporary signs and temporary special event signs shall comply with the following standards:
   (a)   Temporary signs and temporary special event signs are permitted in Residential Zoning Districts and Commercial Zoning Districts as provided in Schedules 1280.07.A and 1280.07.B, respectively.  Such signs shall be subject to all permitting and requirements of this section; the Ohio Building Code, including the National Electrical Code; and shall be located, used and maintained so as not to result in a hazard or nuisance for motorists or adjacent property owners;
   (b)   Temporary signs and temporary special event signs on a given premises shall be permitted for a period of time not to exceed seven consecutive days;
   (c)   Notwithstanding the signs prohibited in Section 1280.12, the following types of signs are permitted as temporary signs or temporary special event signs:
      (1)   Pennants, banners or streamers;
      (2)   A-frame or sandwich board signs;
      (3)   Signs constructed of non-durable material;
      (4)   Any other type of sign that is not expressly prohibited by this section.
   (d)   The above provisions on temporary or special event signs shall also apply to institutional uses, such as schools and churches, located in Residential Districts.
(Ord. 2013-01. Passed 2-5-13; Ord. 2019-04. Passed 4-2-19.)