Section 23-15 Signs for industrial uses.


    (a) Freestanding signs. One freestanding sign may be allowed per adjacent street right-of-way and further regulated by section 23-25.

    (b) Wall signs. In addition to the freestanding sign permitted above, each business shall be allowed on-premises wall, canopy and awning signs not to exceed the maximum surface area allowed under section 23-25.1.

    (c) Sale or lease of land. One on-premises sign, not exceeding twelve (12) square feet in sign surface area per acre, shall be allowed to advertise the sale or lease of land, except that on a multiple frontage lot, one such sign shall be allowed on each street. A maximum shall be reached at thirty-six (36) square feet. For lots of less than one (1) acre in size, a twelve-foot sign shall be allowed.

    (d) Sale or lease of building. One on-premises sign, not exceeding thirty-six (36) square feet in sign surface area, shall be allowed to advertise the sale, lease or rent of industrial space. space.

    (e) Industrial parks. In industrial parks, one industrial park master sign, shall be allowed for each adjacent street right-of-way, in accordance with section 23-25.

(Code 1964, § 19.830; Ord. No. 13191, § 1, 12-16-91; Ord. No. 13898, § 1, 12-20-93)