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General regulations for all signs.

1. All mounting structures, sign casings, poles, monument bases, foundations for a sign or other materials used in housing a sign shall be constructed with subdued, earth- tone colors. For monument and pole signs, the use of natural materials such as wood or stone is strongly encouraged in the design of the sign frames and bases. This shall not be construed to mean that the City regulates the colors or copy of a sign face, but only the housing materials on which the sign is positioned.

2. The total combined signage for any face of a building shall not exceed 12% coverage of the building face. This includes signage on windows, wall signs, roof signs, etc. No building shall be deemed to have more than four (4) building faces.

A-Frame Signs. A-Frame signs are prohibited in all zones.

Awning Signs.

1. Awning signs require a sign permit from the city.

2. The sign area of the awning shall be included as part of the wall sign area calculation and shall include the entire area within any type of perimeter or border that may enclose the outer limits of any writing, representation, emblem, figure, or character (see example below).

3. The structure of the awning sign shall not project more than 36 inches from the wall to which it is attached.

4. Any awning sign projecting into the public right of way shall obtain an additional easement agreement subject to approval by Lindon City.

5. Primary signage, which for the purposes of this section shall mean a commercial or non-commercial entity's name or logo,

a. shall not be wider than 80% of the total width of the primary surface of the awning and,

b. shall not exceed more than 50% of the primary surface area of the awning.

6. Only one (1) awning shall be used for primary signage and said awning must be over a main entrance or over a door, entrance or window with primary street frontage.

7. Secondary signage, meaning any commercial or non-commercial message,

a. shall not be wider than 90% of the total width of the secondary surface, such as a valance or side elevation of an awning and,

b. shall not exceed more than 80% of the secondary surface area, such as a valance or side elevation of an awning and,

c. shall not exceed twelve (12) inches in height.

8. Primary and secondary surfaces are displayed graphically below:

9. Awning and sign material should be high quality, colorfast and sunfade resistant.

10. Awning signs are permitted in all non-residential zones. (Ord. 2013-4, amended, 2013)

Abandoned Signs. Abandoned signs are prohibited in all zones.

Balloon Signs.

1. Balloon signs do not require a permit.

2. Balloon signs shall:

a. Be placed no closer than ten (10') feet from the public right-of-way or property line;

b. Not be placed in a clear vision area; and

c. Not obstruct the vision of any motorist from seeing any traffic or traffic control devices.

3. The time limit for businesses to display balloon signs, temporary banner signs, and pennant signs is limited to a total display time, for any or all combinations of these sign types to 75 days per calendar year. (For example: a banner sign for 25 days and a balloon sign for 50 days would use the 75 day limit per year.)

4. No more than two balloon signs per business shall be permitted at the same time.

5. Balloon signs are permitted in the CG, LI, MC. PC-1 and HI zones.

Banner Signs.

1. Banner signs that are attached to a building through use of screws, bolts, nails or other fasteners are considered “anchored” banner signs and do not require a sign permit.

2. “Anchored banner signs as described above shall:

a. Be permitted for use by any business or entity for no longer than twelve (12) months;

b. After twelve months the “anchored” banner sign must be removed a/or replaced with a permanent sign meeting Lindon City requirements. “Anchored’ banner signs are not permitted for long-term, permanent use. Real estate signs on banners must also conform to this time limit and shall meet the size limitation standards found under the “Real Estate Signs” section of this ordinance. b. Be anchored approximately every 18” or less long the perimeter of the banner.

c. Be maintained in a neat and attractive condition. The City will ask that frayed or torn signs be removed.

d. Be attached to any wall of a building.

e. Not exceed ten percent (10%) of the wall area to which the sign is attached or ten percent (10%) of the wall dedicated to an individual unit within a commercial complex.

f. Not extend above the roofline.

g. Not be used on the same building or unit within a complex which has an Integral Roof Sign.

h. Not project more than twenty-four inches (24”) from the face of the part of the building to which it is attached.

3. “Temporary” banner signs used for promotional events or other limited advertising purposes (not the primary signage for a business do not require a sign permit.

4. “Temporary” banner signs as described above shall:

a. Be attached parallel to a wall of the main building of the business or along a fence on the same lot as the business;

b. Not exceed 10 percent (10%) of the wall area to which the sign is attached or no larger than thirty-two (32) square feet if placed on a fence;

c. Not be used on the same wall as an existing “wall sign” or other banner sign unless the combined area of all signs is less than ten percent (10%) of the wall area to which the signs are attached;

d. Not be attached to, or between telephones poles, utility poles, public or private light poles, trees, vehicles, or any other apparatus other than a building wall or fence;

e. Not be placed on the roof of any building;

f. Be maintained in a neat and attractive condition; and

g. The time limit for businesses to display balloon signs, temporary banner signs, and pennant signs are limited to a total display time, for any or all combinations of these sign types, to 75 days in any calendar year. (For example: a banner sign for 25 days and a balloon sign for 50 days would use the 75 day limit per year.)

5. No more than five banner signs per business shall be permitted at the same time.

6. Banner signs are permitted in the CG, MC, PC-1 & 2, R&B, LI, and HI zones.

7. Upright banners mounted on utility poles, light poles, or other flexible or rigid poles or posts or any other apparatus (other than a building wall or fence) are prohibited. See examples of these types of banners shown in the photos below:

(Ord. 2007-3, adopted, 2007; Ord. 2006-1, adopted, 2006)

Changeable Copy Signs – Electronic or Mechanical.

1. Electronic Changeable Copy signs (such as LED’s or flat-panel digital technologies) and mechanically changeable copy signs are only permitted in the T-zone along the I-15 freeway corridor.

2. On-premise Electronic Changeable Copy signs shall not exceed fifty six (56) square feet in display area and shall be no larger than four and one-half feet (4.5') tall or wider than fourteen feet (14') long. On-premise Electronic Changeable Copy signs may be utilized as a wall sign, pole sign, or monument sign only. The coverage and size limitations for wall, pole or monument signs shall also apply to any proposed on-premise Electronic Changeable Copy sign.

3. Off-premise Electronic Changeable Copy and Mechanically Changeable Copy signs shall only be permitted upon billboards approved by Lindon City (See LCC 18.04) and shall not exceed six hundred seventy five (675) square feet in display area.

4. All off-premise Electronic Changeable Copy and Mechanically Changeable Copy signs are permitted for stationary messages only. The interval between message changes shall not be more frequent than at least eight seconds and the actual message rotation process shall be accomplished in three seconds or less by method of fading between messages or immediate change between messages. No flashing, scrolling video or other movement of sign message (copy) is permitted.

5. A four hundred foot (400') lineal separation distance (measured on the same side of the freeway - not a radius) is required between each on-premise Electronically Changeable Copy Sign. This may prohibit some businesses from being able to obtain a permit for this type of signage if a proposed sign is less than 400' from an existing on-premise Electronically Changeable Copy Sign.

6. A five hundred foot (500') lineal separation distance (measured on the same side of the freeway–not a radius) is required between each off-premise Electronic Changeable Copy Sign.

7. All Electronic Changeable Copy and Mechanically Changeable Copy signs shall conform to lighting standards found within LCC 18.02.090

Changeable Copy Signs - Manual.

1. Manually Changeable Copy signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Manually Changeable Copy signs shall:

a. Only be used in connection with monument signs, or wall signs; and

b. Not have dimensions which exceed the requirements of the ordinance for monument, or wall signs.

3. Manually Changeable Copy signs are permitted in the CG, MC, PC-1, R&B, T-zone, and LI zones.

Directional Signs.

1. Directional signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Only one (1) Directional sign is allowed for each City approved drive approach.

3.  Directional signs shall meet the following requirements:

a. In the regional commercial, heavy industrial and light industrial zones, a maximum of three feet (3') in height and twelve (12) square feet in area. The maximum letter height is nine inches (9") per sign face.

b. In all other commercial land use districts, a maximum of three feet (3') in height and six (6) square feet in area.

4. Directional signs are permitted in all zones.

Flag Signs.

1. Except as noted in #9 below, no sign permit is required for Flags.

2. Flags shall be kept in good repair (no frayed or torn edges, or excessive fading), or shall be required to be removed replaced.

3. All flag poles must be set back at least half the distance in fee of the flag pole height from any property line. (Setback = flagpole height /2).

4. A maximum of three (3) permanent flag poles may be permitted per lot.

5. A single flag pole, or “primary” flag pole if more than one, shall only display national, state, municipal, or other governmental flags. “Secondary” poles may fly flags that have business logos or names (not advertisements), but such flags shall not exceed 3’x5’ in size.

6. Flags and flag poles are permitted in all zones, and shall not exceed the maximum building height or the specific zone in which they are located except as specified in criteria number 7 and 8 below.

7. Except for number 8 below, in non- residential zones, one flag pole may be permitted to exceed the maximum building height of the zone if the following criteria are met:

a. The flag pole will only be used to display the U.S. flag.

b. A structure must be existing or approved for the lot.

c. The flag pole will not exceed the structures height by more than ten feet (10').

d. Regardless of any future changes to zone height limits, no flag pole shall exceed sixty feet (60') in height.

8. Along the freeway in the T-Zone, flag poles up to 100’ tall may be permitted with a separation distance of ¾ mile radius between any other flag pole that exceeds the height limit imposed under number 1 through 7 above.

9. Flags in the T-zone that exceed the height limit as described in #7 above must obtain a sign permit. (Ord. 2007-3, adopted, 2007; Ord. 2006-1, adopted, 2006)

Flashing Signs.

1. Flashing Signs are prohibited in all zones within the City.

Garage Sale Signs.

1. No permit is required for Garage Sale signs.

2. Garage Sale signs shall:

a. Not exceed five (5) square feet in area;

b. Not be posted in public right-of-ways or on utility poles;

c. Be allowed on private property with the property owner's permission;

d. Not be posted more than forty-eight (48) hours before the beginning of the garage sale; and

e. Be removed within twenty-four (24) hours after the completion of the garage sale.

3. Failure to post or remove garage sale signs as set forth in this title may result in a citation being issued for each sign violation.

4. Garage Sale signs are permitted in all residential zones.

Government Signs.

1. No permit is required for Government signs.

2. Government signs are permitted in all zones.

Holiday Signs.

1. No permit is required for Holiday signs.

2. Holiday signs shall:

a. Only be used with a national, state, or local holiday; and

b. Be removed within fifteen (15) days of the holiday.

3. Holiday signs are permitted in all zones.

Home Occupation Signs.

1. Not more than one sign is permitted for home occupations.

2. Sign shall not be larger than two and one-half (2.5) square feet.

3. Sign must be attached to the main dwelling unit.

4. Sign shall be aesthetically pleasing and made of similar materials and colors as the building to which it is attached.

5. Signs for home occupations shall not be directly lit.

Incidental Signs.

1. No permit is required for Incidental signs.

2. Incidental signs are permitted in all zones.

Interior Signs.

1. No permit is required for Interior signs. (An electrical permit may be required when installing an illuminated interior sign)

2. Interior signs are permitted in all zones.

Marquee Signs.

1. Marquee signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Marquee signs shall only be allowed over a building entrance.

3. The structure of the marquee shall not extend more than six (6) feet from the wall/building to which it is attached and have a clearance of at least eight (8) feet above the sidewalk.

4. Any marquee sign projecting into the public right of way shall obtain an additional easement agreement subject to approval by Lindon City.

5. The vertical face height of the marquee shall not exceed three (3) feet.

6. The sign:

a. shall not be wider than 80% of the total width of the surface of the marquee and,

b. shall not exceed more than 50% of the surface area of the marquee.

7. The marquee sign area calculation shall be included as part of the wall sign area calculation.

8. Marquee signs are permitted in all non-residential zones. (Ord. 2013-4, amended, 2013)

Monument signs.

1. Monument signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Be mounted directly to the ground with the entire base covered (no poles visible beneath base of sign). The base shall be as wide or wider than the sign face;

3. Not exceed six feet (6') in height and thirty six (36') square feet in area unless otherwise specified on the “Monument Sign Table” as calculated by length of lineal street frontage or acreage of the property.

4. On corner lots, only the street frontage of the “principle” or most traveled roadway adjacent to the lot shall be counted towards the street frontage allowed for obtaining a monument sign. For corner lots that have streets with similar traffic use, the side on which the sign will face shall be used to determine street frontage. The length of street frontage on lots with rounded property corners shall be measured from the point of intersection if both property lines on either side of the corner were continued in a straight line as shown in the following examples:

5. Be set back from the back of walk at least 2 feet (or back of curb at least 8 feet if no sidewalk exists), but in no case shall the sign be constructed beyond the parcel line of the subject property, with the exception of the following:

i. One off-site monument sign is permitted to be located in the CG, MC, LI, HI, R&B, PC-1 and PC-2 zones when a lot does not have a principle access onto a dedicated public roadway and is accessed through another property by means of an easement, driveway, or lane. The off-site monument sign is permitted at the intersection of the public roadway and the easement, driveway, or lane that accesses pedestrians. At the time of building permit, the sign owner must submit to the City a written easement from the owner of the property for which the sign will be placed. Sign size shall be regulated according to the Monument Sign Table based on the acreage of the property for which the sign is serving.

6. Be erected on a landscaped area of at least one hundred twenty square feet (120') with a minimum landscaped length and width of three feet (3');

7. Not be erected in the clear vision area of any road or driveway, except for signs which do not exceed three feet (3') in height from the adjacent street grade; and

8. Monument signs are permitted in the CG, MC, R&B, CF, PC-1 & 2, LI, RMU-W, and HI zones.

9. Each parcel or commercial complex may have one monument sign, however, one additional monument sign six feet (6') in height and thirty six square feet (36') in area may be approved where the parcel or commercial complex has more than two hundred feet (200') of frontage on a dedicated street, or has frontage on two (2) or more dedicated streets. Additionally, each parcel may contain a maximum of one (1) off-premise monument sign. The minimum distance between two (2) monument signs on the same parcel or commercial complex shall be one hundred feet (100'), except for off-premise monuments signs which require a minimum distance of fifty feet (50').

a. The one additional monument sign mentioned above may be eight feet (8') in height and 64 square feet (64') in area if the parcel or commercial complex has more than 500 feet of frontage on a dedicated public street. The minimum distance between two monument signs in this case shall be eighty feet (80').

10. A three foot (3') high berm (measured from sidewalk grade level) may be placed beneath a monument sign to elevate the sign above the two rail fencing required in the Commercial zones. The berm must be landscaped and run along the entire length of the street frontage on which sign is facing. In no case shall the berm beneath the sign exceed three feet (3'). The total height of a sign placed on top of any berm shall be measured from finish grade at the base of the sign.

11. All monument signs in the Commercial zones (CG, MC) and adjacent to a public road shall be located in back of any required sidewalk.

12. A landscaping “clear vision area” is permitted within a distance of forty feet (40') of either side of the sign as measured horizontally along the direction of the street for which the sign is facing. Any required trees or shrubbery within the 40’ clear vision area that may block the view of a monument sign shall be permitted to be moved elsewhere within the required front landscaping area, but any tree or shrub must maintain a minimum three foot (3') separation from any curb, sidewalk, or paved area. In no case shall the net number of required trees or shrubbery be reduced. Grass, flowers, or other low-lying landscaping around the sign will still be required per code or as show on approved site plans.

13. The use of natural materials such as wood or stone is strongly encouraged in the design of monument sign foundations, frames, or bases.

Monument Sign Table

Street Frontage /Acreage

(in feet)

Max Sign Area (sq ft)

Max Height

(in feet)

175 feet or less or 20,000 sq ft

36

6

175 to 200 or up to 27,853 sq ft

50

8

201 to 225 or up to 35,706

75

11

226 or 43,560 sq ft or more

110

14

(Ord. 2013-6, amended, 2013; Ord. 2012-1, amended, 2012; Ord. 2011-1, amended, 2011; Ord. 2009-4, amended, 2009)

Nameplates.

1. No permit is required for Nameplates.

2. Nameplates shall:

a. Not exceed three (3) square feet; and b. Not be used to identify a home occupation unless state law mandates the home occupation have exterior identification.

3. Nameplates are permitted in all zones.

Off-Premises Signs. Off–premises signs are only permitted as monument signs unless expressly allowed by this title. Off-premise signs shall comply with all requirements for a “Monument Sign” with additional regulations as follows:

1. The maximum size and height of off- premise monument signs, as listed in the Monument Sign Table, will be determined by the street frontage or acreage of the parcel the sign is to occupy and not the location of the business being served by the sign.

2. A maximum of one (1) off-premise monument signs is permitted to serve each business. Multiple off-premise signs advertising the same business are not permitted.

3. A minimum separation distance of fifty feet (50') shall be required from any other monument sign.

4. Off-premise monuments signs are not permitted to be located within a residential zone or on the same lot or parcel as a residential use.

5. Each business/use advertised by the off-premise monument sign must be within eight hundred feet (800') from the center line of a major arterial or collector street included in this section, and at least 800’ from the proposed off-premise sign. These streets consist of State Street, Geneva Road, 700 North and 200 South. Multiple businesses within the distance limitation may advertise on the same off-premise sign structure.

6. Off-premise signs shall only be permitted on the same side of the arterial or collector street as the business for which it is serving.

7. At the time of building permit, the sign owner must submit to the City a written easement from the owner of the property for which the sign will be located. (Ord. 2012-1, amended, 2012)

Pennant Signs.

1. No permit is required for pennant signs.

2. Pennant signs shall:

a. Not be placed in such a way as to obstruct the vision of any motorist from seeing any traffic or traffic control devices.

b. Not be attached to any public utility pole unless permitted by the Planning Commission and the respective public utility company with jurisdiction over the utility pole.

c. The time limit for businesses to display balloon signs, temporary banner signs, and pennant signs is limited to a total display time, for any or all combinations of these sign types, to 75 days in any calendar year. (For example: a banner sign for 25 days and a balloon sign for 50 days would use the 75 day limit per year.)

3. Pennant signs are permitted in the CG, MC, LI, PC 1 & PC 2, and HI zones.

Pole Sign.

1. Pole signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Pole signs are only permitted along I-15 in the T-Travel Influence District (T-Zone).

3. Pole signs shall:

a. Not exceed a maximum height of thirty- five (35') from the base of the sign, or twenty- five feet (25') above I-15 grade level at a point perpendicular to the sign, whichever is greater;

b. Not exceed 250 square feet of display area in all zones overlaid by the T-zone, with the exception of the following:

i. Not exceed 350 square feet of combined display area of “primary signage” for properties within the General Commercial zone (CG) and overlaid by the T-zone. Additional “secondary signage” of up to 200 square feet is permitted for parcels 5 acres or larger within the CG zone and overlaid by the T-zone. Secondary signage shall only be permitted as one single display area and can not be combined in the same display area as the primary signage. Multiple secondary signs are not permitted on the same pole sign. Secondary signage shall be separated by at least 3’ from the primary signage.

c. Be allowed at the rate of one (1) pole sign per subdivided lot with frontage on I-15 and in the T-Zone with the exception of the following:

i. Additional pole signs on the same lot may be allowed in the T-Zone provided that the minimum separation, irrespective of lot lines, between other pole signs, billboards, on-premise, or off-premise signs is five hundred feet (500') linear. Individual land divisions in a condominium association shall not be considered lots. Additional pole signs shall be limited to 250 square feet and shall not be permitted to have any “secondary signage” regardless of acreage.

ii. No more than one additional pole sign, not to exceed 200 square feet of display area, may be allowed within the PC-1 and PC-2 zones in areas overlaid by the T-zone. Irrespective of lot lines, a minimum 100’ separation distance from other pole signs or billboards is required.

d. Not overhang or extend beyond a property line adjacent to the freeway. A pole sign may be located up to the property line adjacent to the freeway (zero setback). All other setbacks shall be ten (10) feet from a property line. (Ord. 2009-4, amended, 2009; Ord. 2008-5, adopted, 2008; Ord. 2006-1, adopted, 2006)

Political Signs.

1. No permit is required for a Political sign.

2. Political signs shall not be larger than six (6) square feet in any residential zone or thirty- two (32) square feet in the CG, MC, LI, HI, R&B, or PC-1 & 2 zones.

3. Political signs shall not be placed on public property.

4. A property owner’s consent shall be given prior to placement of any political sign if the property is not owned by the person or organization that is placing such signs.

5. Political signs are permitted in all zones.

Portable Signs. Portable signs are prohibited in all zones in the City

Projecting Signs. Projecting signs are prohibited in all zones in the City.

Reader Board Signs. Reader Board signs are prohibited in all zones in the City.

Real Estate Signs.

1. No permit is required for a Real Estate sign.

2. No parcel shall have more than two (2) on- premise real estate signs. The maximum height of any real estate sign shall not exceed eight feet (8'). Except as provided herein, the maximum area of sign of any real estate sign shall not exceed six (6) square feet in residential zones or thirty-two (32) square feet in commercial zones.

3. Directional Real Estate Signs. An off-premises real estate sign may be used to direct traffic to the location of a parcel or a residential development being offered for lease, rent, sale, trade or public inspection. Such signs shall be subject to the following:

a. They shall state only the name of the seller or his agent, words or arrows indicating the location of the parcel, and/or the words “open house,” “grand opening” or similar wording;

b. They shall be erected on private property where the owner of such property has given consent;

c. They shall have a maximum area of six (6) square feet for parcels and sixteen (16) square feet for residential developments;

d. They shall have a maximum height of three feet (3') for parcels and eight feet (8') for residential developments; and

e. No more than three (3) directional real estate signs shall be erected for a parcel and no more than two (2) for a residential development.

4. Promotional Development Signs.

a. One (1) on premise promotional development sign may be used to promote any new real estate development.

b. The maximum area of sign for a promotional development sign shall be calculated by multiplying the acreage of the parcel by twelve and eight tenths (12.8) and adding the product to thirty-two (32); provided however, that no promotional development sign shall exceed ninety-six (96) square feet. (Development Acreage) X (12.8) + (32) = Maximum Area.

c. A promotional development sign shall be removed from the premise upon which it is erected within one (1) year. No other promotional development signs shall be permitted for that development.

5. All Real Estate signs shall be removed within thirty (30) days of the property being sold.

6. Real Estate signs are permitted in all zones.

Roof Signs. Roof signs are prohibited in all zones in the City.

Roof Signs (Integral).

1. Integral Roof signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Integral Roof signs shall:

a. Not be allowed on buildings having a wall sign; and

b. Not have copy which exceeds ten percent (10%) of the structure to which it is attached.

3. Integral Roof signs are permitted in the CG, MC, and LI zones.

Rotating Signs. Rotating Signs are prohibited in all zones in the City.

Special Purpose Signs.

1. Special Purpose signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Special Purpose signs shall:

a. Not be an “A-frame” sign;

b. Not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet; and

c. Be limited to no more than 50 days display time per calendar year (per organization); and

d. Be removed within five (5) days of the conclusion of the event.

3. Special Purpose signs are permitted in all zones.

Statue Signs.

1. Statues signs shall be permitted in all zones and shall be counted within the size limitation of a sign area or coverage. (Examples: If a monument sign for a feed store has a statue of a cow on top of the sign, the side elevation (or profile) of the sign & cow would need to fit within the square foot size limitation for monument signs. Or...If a restaurant has a statue of a chili pepper mounted to the front wall of their building, the statue would have to fit within the percent coverage limitations of a wall sign when looking at the front elevation of the building.)

2. Statues designed and located as public art and not as “promotional displays” are not regulated by this ordinance.

Temporary Signs. Temporary signs are prohibited in all zones unless expressly allowed by this title (See section 18.02.010(4)(e)).

Wall Signs.

1. Wall signs require a sign permit from the City.

2. Wall signs shall:

a. Be attached to any wall of a building;

b. Not exceed ten percent (10%) of the wall area to which the sign is attached or ten-percent (10%) of the wall face dedicated to an individual unit within a commercial complex;

c. Not extend above the roof line;

d. Not be used on the same building or unit within a complex which has an Integral Roof sign.

e. Not project more than twenty-four (24) inches from the face of the part of the building to which it is attached - including any light box or structural part of the sign.

3. Wall signs are permitted in the CG, MC, PC-1, R&B, LI, HI, RMU-W zones and T zone.

Window Signs.

1. No permit is required for a Window sign.

2. Window signs shall not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the total transparent area of any window on which they are located.

3. Flashing lights, LED signs, or strobe lights placed on the interior of a window but intended to be seen from the exterior of the building are prohibited.

4. Window signs are permitted in the CG, MC, PC-1 & 2, LI, and HI zones.

Youth Activity Sponsor Sign.

1. Permission must be obtained from the Recreation Director to display a Youth Activity Sponsor sign.

2. Youth Activity Sponsor signs are permitted in all zones. (Ord. 2019-8 §1, amended, 2019; Ord. 2013-6, amended, 2013; Ord. 2013-4, amended, 2013; Ord. 2012-1, amended, 2012; Ord. 2011-1, amended, 2011; Ord. 2009-4, amended, 2009; Ord. 2008-5, amended, 2008; Ord. 2007-3, amended, 2007; Ord. 2006-1, amended, 2006; Ord. 2005-12, amended, 2005; Ord. 2002-21, repealed and replaced, 2002; Ord. 2000-8, amended, 2000)