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10-4-601: Scope
10-4-602: Real Estate Signs
10-4-603: Allowable Sign Location And Size
10-4-604: Business Identification Signs
10-4-605: Building Identification Signs
10-4-606: Construction Signs (Rep. by Ord. 96-O-2268, eff. 10-18-1996)
10-4-607: Lighted Signs
10-4-608: Courtyard Signs
10-4-609: Signs Inside Buildings
10-4-610: Ground Signs
10-4-611: Prohibited Locations
10-4-612: Construction Signs And Construction Barricade Signs
10-4-613: Attraction And Menu Boards
10-4-614: Pushcarts

10-4-601: SCOPE: linklink


The regulations set forth in this article shall applyspecifically to any nonresidential zone, including commercial and industrial zones. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980)
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10-4-602: REAL ESTATE SIGNS: linklink

One real estate sign not exceeding twelve (12) square feet in area may be located on each street frontage of a building, parcel, or lot. However, where a building contains leasable or salable ground floor space, one real estate sign may be placed for each leasable or salable ground floor space in lieu of the one real estate sign normally allowed for each street frontage of the building, parcel or lot. The real estate signs so placed may contain a minimum total area of twelve (12) square feet, but where the street frontage of the building, lot or parcel exceeds one hundred twenty (120) linear feet, the real estate signs advertising leasable or salable ground floor space may contain a total of up to one square foot per ten (10) lineal feet of frontage. No such sign shall be located except as provided for herein. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 91-O-2119, eff. 7-5-1991)
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10-4-603: ALLOWABLE SIGN LOCATION AND SIZE: linklink


A. For the purposes of determining allowable sign location and size, a building shall be considered as facing or abutting one street only.


B. For the purposes of determining allowable sign location and size, a building or business shall be considered as facing or abutting the street upon which the main entrance or address of such building or business is located, unless such business shall be located within a courtyard with its main public entrance fronting on the courtyard, in which case the business shall be considered as facing or abutting such courtyard. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980)

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10-4-604: BUSINESS IDENTIFICATION SIGNS: linklink

Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, any business identification sign which does not comply with each and every regulation set forth in this section shall be unlawful. Business identification signs shall comply with each and all of the following regulations:


A. Location Of Signs: Business identification signs for ground floor businesses shall be affixed to that portion of an exterior wall which abuts the business or shall be located inside the space occupied by the business. Except as specifically provided in subsection B3 of this section, business identification signs for ground floor businesses shall also be limited to those sides of the building directly fronting on a public street. No such sign shall face abutting alleys or private property except as allowed pursuant to subsections B3 and D1 of this section. Inaddition, no such sign shall be located more than twenty five feet (25') above grade.


B. Number And Area Of Signs For Ground Floor Businesses: The following business identification signs for ground floor businesses may be erected:

1. A ground floor business with street frontage may erect a business identification sign which is located on the same street face of the building as the main entrance or address of the business and which does not exceed two (2) square feet in area for each one foot (1') of ground floor street frontage that such business occupies within the building. However, in no event shall such sign exceed one hundred (100) square feet.

a. A ground floor business with street frontage may also have a business identification sign located on a street face of the building other than the face that contains the main entrance or address of the business. Such sign shall not exceed two (2) square feet in area for each one foot (1') of ground floor street frontage that such business occupies within the building. However, in no event shall such sign exceed thirty (30) square feet in area.

b. Businesses having their main entrance or address on or abutting a courtyard shall not be permitted to have a business identification sign except as provided in section 10-4-608 of this article.

2. For each fifty feet (50') of ground floor street frontage that a business occupies along a face of a building, that business may have one business identification sign in addition to the signs permitted by subsection B1 of this section. The sign may only list the business name, address, operating hours, and other business locations. Such sign shall not exceed five (5) square feet in area.

3. A ground floor business with street frontage shall also be entitled to a business identification sign adjacent to an entrance of the business if such entrance is from a public right of way and through a wall of the building not permitted to otherwise contain a business identification sign pursuant to subsection A of this section. Such sign shall be below a height of eight feet (8') above grade. Such sign shall not be lighted or illuminated if it faces a residential zone, including a residential zone that is located across an alley, parking lot, or other such visually open area from said additional sign. Such sign shall not exceed four (4) square feet in area.

4. A business located on a corner of two (2) public streets and having a public entrance located at such corner so that such public entrance directly faces neither street shall be permitted one business identification sign at and parallel to such entrance in lieu of one business identification sign located on a street face of the building.

5. In addition to the standards set forth in subsections B1 through B4 of this section, all illuminated signs defined as "window signs" in accordance with the definition set forth in section 10-4-104 of this chapter and not otherwise exempted by subsection 10-4-301B of this chapter or subsection 10-4-608C3 of this article shall meet the following requirements:

a. No more than two (2) illuminated window signs shall be permitted for a business with a ground floor street frontage of less than thirty feet (30') in length.

b. The top edge of any illuminated window sign less than five feet (5') behind a street frontage window shall be set at the fixed height of seven feet (7') above sidewalk grade on all sites.

c. When used as a business identification sign as permitted by subsection B1 of this section, the total area of all illuminated window signs shall be the lesser of: 1) twenty five percent (25%) of the area otherwise allowable for a given frontage; 2) ten percent (10%) of the glazed area of a given frontage; or 3) fifteen (15) square feet.

d. The maximum character height within an illuminated five (5) square foot additional business identification sign for phone numbers, web sites, other locations and hours of operation, as permitted by subsection B2 of this section, shall not exceed three inches (3").

Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, if a proposed sign is the only illuminated window sign to be located at a business or establishment and such sign does not exceed a maximum dimension of three feet (3'), a maximum area of three (3) square feet, contains two (2) colors including white, and otherwise complies with the provisions of this section, including, without limitation, subsections B1 through B4 of this section, then such sign may be approved by the city's planning official without architectural commission review, provided the approval of such sign does not defeat the objectives of chapter 3, article 30 of this title and meets the criteria set forth in section 10-3-3010 of this chapter. The decision of the planning official may be appealed to the architectural commission by filing an appeal petition with the city planning official no later than fourteen (14) days after the official's decision. The petition shall be on a form designated by the city planning official.


C. Businesses Located On A Floor Other Than The Ground Floor: A business located above or below the ground floor of any building and not having its main entrance or address on or abutting a courtyard shall be permitted one business identification sign, or a portion thereof, at each ground floor entrance to such building. The sign shall not exceed six (6) square feet in area. The sign shall be shared by all such businesses desiring signage. For those businesses not located on the ground floor and havingtheir main entrance or address on or abutting a courtyard, section 10-4-608 of this article shall govern the permissible signage for the business.


D. Accommodation: Notwithstanding the requirements contained in this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to the requirements contained in subsections A, B, and C of this section as follows:

1. Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in subsection A of this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow a sign to be located on a wall abutting an alley or private property and not abutting a public street, if the sign is affixed to that portion of an exterior wall which abuts the business and the sign area does not exceed seventy five percent (75%) of the area otherwise permissible if the wall abutted a public street.

2. Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in subsection B1 of this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow ground floor businesses located on a corner lot adjacent to two (2) public streets to increase the size of a business identification sign permitted by subsection B1 of this section and located on a nonentry street frontage if such sign does not exceed one hundred (100) square feet, the total combined sign area of the signs does not exceed one hundred thirty (130) square feet, and the total combined sign area does not exceed ten percent (10%) of the vertical surface area of that portion of the wall below twenty feet (20') in height and occupied by the frontage of the business.

3. Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in subsections B2, B3, B4 and B5 of this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow multiple business identification signs in place of the individual signs otherwise permitted by those subsections if the total area of all business identification signs does not exceed the lessor of: a) one hundred (100) square feet, b) the total business sign area otherwise permitted by this section, or c) ten percent (10%) of the vertical surface area of that portion of the wall below twenty feet (20') in height and occupied by the frontage of the business. In addition to limitations a) through c) of this subsection D3, the maximum permissible area for all illuminated window signs permitted by accommodation under this subsection D3 is fifteen (15) square feet for the first fifty feet (50') in length of street frontage, with additional square feet permitted for each additional amount of street frontage thereafter up to a maximum of five (5) square feet for every additional fifty feet (50') in length of street frontage, and the total sign area for all other business identification signs within any unified sign plan that includes any illuminated window sign shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of what would otherwise be allowable by accommodation. For a business with a ground floor street frontage of less than thirty feet (30') in length, the maximum number of illuminated window signs permitted at such business by accommodation or otherwise is two (2).

4. Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in subsection C of this section, with respect to businesses located above or below the ground floor, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow one freestanding or wall mounted business directory sign to be located at a building's street or courtyard entry if the size of such business directory sign is not greater than fifty five (55) square feet.

5. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10-4-305 and article 6.5 of this chapter, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow projecting signs in place of the individual signs otherwise permitted by subsection B of this section if the total area of all business identification signs does not exceed the lesser of: a) one hundred (100) square feet, b) the total business sign area otherwise permitted by this section, or c) ten percent (10%) of the vertical surface area of that portion of the wall below twenty feet (20') in height and occupied by the frontage of the business. However, no more than two (2) projecting signs may be erected for any business and no projecting sign may have a dimension greater than four feet (4') nor an area greater than eight (8) square feet. Furthermore, there shall be at least eight feet (8') of clearance between the bottom of the projecting sign and the grade below.

6. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, with respect to ground floor tenants whose primary entrance is located on an alley, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow one projecting business identification sign adjacent to that entrance in addition to any other signs authorized by this chapter. The projecting sign shall be located at least fourteen feet (14') above the grade of the adjacent alley and no more than twenty five feet (25') above such grade. The sign shall project no more than four feet (4') from the side of the building to which it is attached and shall not exceed six feet (6') in height as measured from the bottom of the sign. The sign shall not be illuminated after ten o'clock (10:00) P.M.

If a projecting sign authorized by this subsection encroaches over the public right of way, then such sign shall require a location approval from the city, as provided in section 10-4-657 of this chapter. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 93-O-2181, eff. 11-19-1993; Ord. 96-O-2257, eff. 5-10-1996; Ord. 96-O-2268, eff. 10-18-1996; Ord. 00-O-2345, eff. 5-19-2000)

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10-4-605: BUILDING IDENTIFICATION SIGNS: linklink

Except as otherwise specifically permitted in this chapter, building identification signs shall be subject to each and all of the following regulations:


A. Location Of Signs:

1. No building identification sign shall be permitted below twenty five feet (25') in height above grade except for amonument sign otherwise permitted by this chapter and one sign not to exceed five (5) square feet in area adjacent to any public entrance to a building that provides access to more than one business. Any building identification sign adjacent to a public entrance shall have identical text as any sign erected pursuant to subsection A3 of this section.

2. Except as permitted in subsections A3 and C of this section, building identification signs shall be restricted to those sides of a building directly fronting on a public street. No such sign shall face an abutting alley or private property.

3. When a building equals or exceeds one hundred feet (100') in height above grade, in addition to the signs permitted by subsection A2 of this section, one building identification sign shall be permitted on each side of the building not fronting on a public street. Any such sign shall be located above a height of seventy five feet (75') above grade.

When a building is greater than forty five feet (45') in height but less than one hundred feet (100') in height, one building identification sign may be erected on the side of a building not fronting on a public street in lieu of erecting an otherwise permitted building identification sign provided that such sign is located above a height of twenty five feet (25') above grade, does not exceed seventy five percent (75%) of the allowable size and area of the otherwise permitted building identification sign, and does not face a residential property line that is located within two hundred feet (200') of the sign.


B. Number And Area Of Signs: The total building identification sign area on any one side of a building shall not exceed two percent (2%) of the vertical surface area of such side, excluding penthouse walls. Except for the five (5) square foot business identification sign permitted in subsection A of this section, no more than one building identification sign shall be permitted on any one side of a building and no more than four (4) such signs, in total, shall be permitted on any building.


C. Accommodation: Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in subsection A1, A2, and B of this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation to allow a greater number of building identification signs or to allow such signs to be located in areas other than those otherwise permitted, provided that the signs located on any one side of a building do not exceed two percent (2%) of the vertical surface area of that side, excluding penthouse walls. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 93-O-2181, eff. 11-19-1993)

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10-4-606: CONSTRUCTION SIGNS: linklink

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10-4-607: LIGHTED SIGNS: linklink

Lighted or illuminated signs shall not be permitted, except for building and business identification signs. Such signs shall conform to the requirements of section 10-4-315 of this chapter. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980)
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10-4-608: COURTYARD SIGNS: linklink


A. Each business having its main public entrance fronting on a courtyard shall be permitted one square foot of business identification sign area for each one lineal foot of that store frontage to a maximum sign area of eight (8) square feet. Such signs shall be uniform and architecturally integrated with the courtyard structure and appearance. Businesses fronting on a courtyard shall not be permitted any other business identification sign, except to the extent provided for it in subsection 10-4-604C of this article.


B. In addition to those signs permitted by subsection A of this section, courtyards shall be permitted the following signs:

1. Ground or wall signs naming the courtyard and/or containing its address. The number and area of such signs shall be determined pursuant to section 10-4-604 of this article, provided that for the purposes of determining the number and area of such signs, any part of the first story street frontage which has been used to compute allowable business identification signs for any business contained in the courtyard shall be excluded from the computation of the first story street frontage occupied by the courtyard; and

2. One ground sign or one wall sign not exceeding twenty (20) square feet in area containing a directory of businesses located within the courtyard. Courtyards containing entries separated by a portion of the building, or by another building, shall be permitted one such ground sign or wall sign per entry to the courtyard.


C. Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation pursuant to article 9 of this chapter to allow a courtyard sign for an individual business to exceed eight (8) square feet in area provided that:

1. The total area of business identification signs for a business which fronts on the courtyard does not exceed one and one-quarter (11/4) square feet for each linear foot of courtyard frontage,

2. The total area of building identification signs along any one wall of a courtyard does not exceed two-thirds (2/3) of a square foot for each linear foot of that wall, and

3. If the courtyard sign is an illuminated window sign that is visible from and less than fifty feet (50') from any publicstreet, alley, sidewalk or other public right of way, such illuminated window sign shall, in addition to the requirements of subsections C1 and C2 of this section, comply with the limitations for comparable street front signs as set forth in section 10-4-604B5 of this article.

If the courtyard sign is an illuminated sign that is not visible from or is more than fifty feet (50') from any public street, alley, sidewalk or other public right of way then, notwithstanding any provision of subsection 10-4-604B5 of this article to the contrary, it shall be exempt from the requirements of said subsection 10-4-604B5 of this article, but shall still comply with subsections C1 and C2 of this section.


D. Notwithstanding the prohibition against moving signs set forth in section 10-4-302D of this chapter, flags and banners may be permitted in a courtyard if the flags or banners are at least twenty feet (20'), measured horizontally, from the nearest public right of way, the flags or banners are used solely to identify the courtyard and/or its seasonal activities, and the flags or banners do not identify any specific business, the product of any business or any event not specifically associated with the activities of the courtyard. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 93-O-2181, eff. 11-19-1993; Ord. 96-O-2268, eff. 10-18-1996; Ord. 00-O-2345, eff. 5-19-2000)

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10-4-609: SIGNS INSIDE BUILDINGS: linklink

Signs located inside a building or structure and not otherwise excluded from the definition of a sign shall not obstruct more than twenty five percent (25%) of the view or light through an opening of a building, such as a window or showcase. Such signs shall not be calculated as part of the otherwise allowable sign area or number and, notwithstanding any other provision of this code, shall not be subject to approval as to design by the architectural commission and only if limited to the following:


A. Where merchandise is physically displayed behind shop windows or otherwise in view of the public from the street, the price of each separate item of such merchandise may be indicated in letters or numbers not exceeding three-fourth inch (3/4") in height attached or in near proximity to the displayed item.


B. Where goods, services, rentals, or sales are not on physical display to the public, information concerning such goods, services, rentals, or sales may be indicated by one sign facing each street frontage, not to exceed eighteen inches (18") by twenty four inches (24") in letters, and numbers not to exceed three-fourths inch (3/4") in height. Such signs shall not be affixed to the window.


C. While a sale of goods or services is being conducted or while a store is being relocated, temporary "sale", "coming soon", "closing out sale", or similar signs may be displayed facing eachstreet frontage provided the aggregate area of such signs does not exceed twenty five percent (25%) of the area permitted for a business identification sign pursuant to section 10-4-604 of this article, no letter or number exceeds twelve inches (12") in height, and no prices are advertised. A permit for such signs shall be obtained, and any such signs shall not be maintained for more than thirty (30) days in any consecutive one hundred eighty (180) day period.


D. Announcements, such as, but not limited to, available parking, acceptability of credit cards, trade association memberships, and the like, with letters or numbers not exceeding three-fourths inch (3/4") in height, may be displayed. Such announcements shall be limited to a total one hundred fifty (150) square inches facing each street frontage. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 00-O-2345, eff. 5-19-2000)

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10-4-610: GROUND SIGNS: linklink


A. General: Notwithstanding the provisions of the definition of "area of sign", section 10-4-104 of this chapter, pole or ground signs shall not exceed fifty five (55) square feet in area. Such signs shall be restricted to the street that the business or building represented by such sign has as its main entrance or address. Not more than one pole or ground sign shall be maintained on any one site area, unless such site area is abutted by more than one of the streets designated in this section, in which case one such sign may be maintained on each street frontage. A pole or ground sign with more than one face shall be considered as a single sign.


B. Height: The maximum height of any portion of a pole or ground sign, including its supporting member or members, shall be twenty feet (20'). Pole or ground signs shall also conform to the requirements for business identifications signs and building identification signs where such requirements are applicable.


C. General Restrictions: In addition to the provisions of subsection A of this section, the following restrictions shall apply:

1. No pole or ground sign shall be erected except on commercially zoned sites along La Cienega Boulevard, Robertson Boulevard, Doheny Drive, Olympic Boulevard, Wilshire Boulevard, and Sunset Boulevard. This restriction shall not apply to courtyards, gas stations, or parking facilities.

2. Visual interference, such as awnings, marquees, or street trees which interfere with the view of the site of a building or business, shall not be grounds to qualify a building or business for a ground or pole sign.


D. Sign Accommodation: Notwithstanding the restrictions contained in this section, the architectural commission may grant a sign accommodation pursuant to article 9 of this chapter to allow aground sign to be located on streets other than those set forth in subsection C of this section.


E. Combining Directories: Such ground signs as permitted under subsections 10-4-604D4 and 10-4-608B of this article, for business directories and courtyard directories, may be combined within a single sign structure provided the total sign area does not exceed fifty five (55) square feet. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 93-O-2181, eff. 11-19-1993; Ord. 96-O-2268, eff. 10-18-1996)

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10-4-611: PROHIBITED LOCATIONS: linklink

Except as provided in article 6.5 of this chapter regarding parking facilities signs, no sign shall be located so as to face in the direction of and be visible to property in a residential zone when such sign would be less than two hundred feet (200') from such residential property, unless such sign faces and is parallel to a street. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 96-O-2257, eff. 5-10-1996)
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10-4-612: CONSTRUCTION SIGNS AND CONSTRUCTION BARRICADE SIGNS: linklink


A. Definition: For the purpose of this section, the term "construction barricades" shall include both temporary construction barricades constructed of wood or other material and construction fences.


B. Construction Signs: Construction signs shall not exceed fifty (50) square feet in area except that such signs may contain up to fifty five (55) square feet in area when the extra footage is necessary to display specific health, safety and welfare information including, but not limited to, construction purposes such as seismic safety upgrade, historic preservation and asbestos removal. Renderings of the project under construction may be included on construction signs. Not more than one such sign shall be permitted on any one site, and any such sign shall face the street upon which said site fronts. If said site fronts on more than one street, one such sign shall be permitted on each street frontage. Notwithstanding the foregoing, where construction signs are placed on construction barricades covering frontages exceeding seventy five feet (75'), one construction sign may be placed every fifty feet (50') along the construction barricade.


C. Construction Barricade Signs:

1. Emergency Contact Sign: One sign, not larger than one square foot in area, shall be placed on or adjacent to the gateway through the construction barricade stating the name and telephone number of the person to be contacted in case of an emergency.

2. Permitted Signs: The following signage may be painted or placed on construction barricades. The total area of suchsignage, including the emergency contact sign required by subsection C1 of this section, shall not exceed sixty two (62) square feet.

a. Large Business Identification Sign: Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, when a business remains open while remodeling its premises, and a construction barricade is required, one large business identification sign may be placed on the construction barricade adjacent to the entrance to the business. Such sign shall not exceed twelve (12) square feet in area and may contain only the name of the business, a company logo and the fact that the business remains open while remodeling. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the business identification sign may also contain an advertisement for a new business coming to the site. An advertisement for a new business may contain only the name of the business, a company logo and the opening date of the business. If a large business identification sign contains an advertisement for a new business, no real estate sign shall be allowed in front of the building, lot or parcel, or placed on the construction barricade.

b. Small Business Identification Signs: Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, small additional business identification signs may be placed on the sides of the construction barricades, perpendicular to the street facade for the convenience of pedestrian traffic. Such signs may state only the name of the business and the fact that it is open for business while remodeling. One sign of two (2) square feet in area shall be permitted on each side of the construction barricade facing a sidewalk or other pedestrian access through the barricade.

c. Construction Sign: One construction sign may be placed on a construction barricade in accordance with the regulations set forth in subsection A of this section.

d. Real Estate Signs: Real estate signs may be placed on a construction barricade in accordance with the regulations set forth in section 10-4-602 of this article.

3. Murals: Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, murals or similar displays may be painted on a construction barricade subject to the approval of the architectural commission.

4. Posters Prohibited: No posters shall be permitted on a construction barricade. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980; amd. Ord. 91-O-2119, eff. 7-5-1991; Ord. 96-O-2268, eff. 10-18-1996)

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10-4-613: ATTRACTION AND MENU BOARDS: linklink


A. It shall be unlawful for a restaurant to have more than one menu board for each street frontage upon which such restaurant abuts. One attraction board shall be permitted per street frontage. No such attraction board may exceed twelve inches byeighteen inches (12" x 18") in area, nor shall it be considered as part of the total sign area permitted. Lettering on attraction boards shall not exceed one inch (1") in height.


B. A nightclub or cabaret shall be permitted one attraction board for each street frontage upon which such nightclub or cabaret abuts. Such signs shall not exceed five (5) square feet in area and shall not be considered as part of the total sign area permitted. Copy shall be limited to coming and current entertainment only. Rates and prices shall be prohibited. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980)

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10-4-614: PUSHCARTS: linklink


A. Each pushcart or other nonmotorized conveyance used for the sale of merchandise or services shall be permitted a maximum of two (2) business identification signs, each not to exceed two (2) square feet in area. No more than one such sign shall be allowed on any one side of the pushcart or other nonmotorized conveyance, nor shall any such sign be located on any umbrella attached to or used in connection with the pushcart or other nonmotorized conveyance.


B. In lieu of those signs permitted pursuant to subsection A of this section, a maximum of two (2) business identification signs shall be permitted to be located upon any umbrella attached to or used in connection with a pushcart or nonmotorized conveyance used for the sale of merchandise or services provided the letters and numbers used on such signs shall not exceed four inches (4") in height. (Ord. 80-O-1775, eff. 12-5-1980)

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