Chapter 102- Signs
Directional sign means any of the following:
(1) Signs permanently erected or permitted by the city, the county, or the state to denote the name of any thoroughfare; to denote the route to any city, town, village, educational institution, public building, historic place, shrine or hospital; to direct and regulate traffic; to denote any railroad crossing, bridge, or other transportation or transmission company information for the direction or safety of the public.
(2) Signs, notices or symbols of the Federal Aviation Administration for information as to locations, directions, landings and conditions affecting safety in aviation.
(3) Signs, notices or symbols as to the time and place of regular civic meetings and religious activities and services.
(4) Signs erected or maintained upon private property giving the name of the owner, lessee, or occupant of the premises and the street address of the premises
Off-premises sign means any sign relating to commodities, accommodations, services, or any other activities on premises other than the premises upon which the sign is located.
removed within 24 hours of the conclusion of the garage sale or estate sale, as the case may be. (Ord. No. 02-26, § 2, 6-13-02
102-126.- Signs permitted in residential and planned unit development (PUD) districts.
(d) For properties located in a residential district as described in subsection (c) above, other directional, incidental and/or accessory signs are also permitted, to be located within the subdivision, complex or multi-family residential development. Such directional, incidental and/or accessory signs shall not exceed four (4) square feet in sign area and six (6) feet in height (if freestanding).
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