City of Apopka Sign Ordinance
E. Weekend directional signs
Weekend directional signs may be permitted throughout the city in accordance with Table VIII-1; however, such signs are prohibited in a Community Redevelopment Area (CRA). Each applicant is responsible for obtaining permission from property owner prior to erecting signs.
Weekend Directional Sign Table VIII-1
1. Maximum area: four square feet
2. Maximum overall height: five feet high
3. Maximum distance: four miles from subject being advertised
4. Number of signs allowed per application: 20 signs
5. Minimum separation distance 50 feet apart per application
6. Permit fee: $10.00 per application
7. Permit time limit: Annual permits are renewable on the first working day of October of each year*. Weekend-only permits require sign removal by 6:00 a.m. on Monday (or 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday for city holidays)
8. Placement: Signs may be placed at property line and are prohibited in road rights-of-way. Corner visibility must not be obstructed.
9. Construction standards: a) Signs shall be mounted on an independent single or double pole device and shall not be affixed in any manner to trees, utility poles, other signs. b) Signs shall be made of metal, plastic, laminated cardboard or some durable and waterproof material. c) Paper signs are prohibited.
*Except for the first year which will occur on the adoption date of the Code amendment. When weekend directional sign permits are issued after the first working day of October, no prorata share of permit fee will be granted. (Ord. No. 819, Â§ 1, 4-20-94)
8.05.03. Removal of illegal temporary signs
Any temporary sign not complying with the requirements of this section is illegal and subject to immediate removal. (Ord. No. 819, Â§ 1, 4-20-94)
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