Date last modified: June 30, 2014
- A freestanding sign shall be located no closer than 50 feet from any property line.
- Signs, other than those of the city, public agency, or other governmental unit, shall not be permitted within the public right-of-way or easements except that the City Council may grant a special permit for temporary signs and decorations to be placed on a right-of-way for a period to be specified at the discretion of the City Council.
- For the purpose of selling or promoting real estate, signs are limited to one sign per 900 feet of frontage on a public street, but no less than 1 sign per property shall be permitted. The sign is not to exceed 8 square feet. Real estate signs may be located at the property line. Said sign shall be removed no later than 15 days from the date of sale of the property (date of sale does not mean date of closing).
- Residential identification of directional signs of sufficient number for the purpose of control, direction or orientation may be allowed by the city Council, but such signs shall not exceed 2 square feet per surface. Such signs may be located at the property line.
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