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(A) Applicability. The regulations of this division apply to signs accessory to residential uses in all zoning districts and to all uses in agricultural, residential and SP-PO zoning districts.
(B) Single-family and two-family. Signs accessory to single-family and two-family residential uses are subject to the regulations of § 155-13.30, which allows real estate (for sale/for rent) signs, home occupation signs and other sign types commonly associated with single-family and two-family residential uses.
(C) Multi-family. Signs accessory to multi-family residential uses are subject to the regulations of § 155-13.30. In addition, multi-family buildings or developments containing from three to ten dwelling units are allowed one wall or ground sign with a maximum area of nine square feet. Multi-family buildings or developments containing more than ten dwelling units are allowed one or wall or ground sign with a maximum area of 50 square feet.
(D) Neighborhood/subdivision identification signs. Neighborhood or subdivision identification signs are allowed as entrance features to neighborhoods or subdivisions. Neighborhood/ subdivision identification signs:
(1) Must be monument signs; and
(2) May not exceed eight feet in height or 40 square feet of area.
(E) Nonresidential uses. The following regulations apply to all nonresidential uses allowed in residential and agricultural zoning districts, except for home occupations. Home occupation signs are subject to the regulations of § 155-13.30(D):
(1) Wall signs. Nonresidential uses may have a maximum of one wall sign per public building entrance. Such signs may not exceed 32 square feet in area.
(2) Freestanding signs. Nonresidential uses may have a maximum of one monument sign per street frontage. Allowed monument signs may not exceed 64 square feet in area or eight feet in height. All freestanding signs must be set back at least ten feet from street rights-of-way.
(Ord. effective 10-1-2012; Ord. 18-1, passed 1-18-2018)