Section 23-18 Noncommercial signs.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17734 on 07/07/2003, Section 23-18 read as follows.
(a) Except as otherwise allowed or restricted in this chapter,
noncommercial signs are subject
to the following restrictions:
(1) They shall be ground or wall signs,
except when placed in a location where other types of
signs are allowed.
(2) They shall not exceed sixteen
(16) square feet in sign surface area per premises;
provided, that any noncommercial sign may have a sign surface area as large as that of any
allowable sign in the same location.
(3) They shall not exceed a maximum
height of ten (10) feet; provided, that any
noncommercial sign may be as high as any allowable sign in the same location.
(4) The area and height limitations
of this section shall not apply to any noncommercial
message placed on a structure that has existed as a nonconforming billboard.
(5) Any structure which may be lawfully
used for an on-premise commercial sign may be
used for a noncommercial sign.
(b) The restrictions of this section shall not apply to banners
on the campus of any college
. Such banners, however, shall not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet in sign
surface area and if the banners are for a purpose other than identifying the college
or hospital, the banners shall not remain in place for more than thirty (30) days.
(Code 1964, § 19.860; Ord. No. 13191, § 1, 12-16-91; Ord. No. 13898, §
1, 12-20-93; Ord. No.
14200, § 1, 9-6-94)