(A) Series of metal or plastic figures with reflectorized surface and a minimum height of four inches (4"), said reflectorized surface to contrast with the color of the face of the building or structure upon which it is mounted.
(B) Series of nonreflectorized metal or plastic figures placed on a reflectorized background surface of a color which contrasts with the color of the figures displayed. The minimum height of the figures shall be four inches (4"). The reflectorized background surface shall extend at least one inch (1") beyond the sides, tops and bottoms of the figures to be displayed.
(C) Self-contained unit with enamel or painted numbers of glass or other translucent material with illumination in background. Minimum height of figure to be four inches (4") and the illumination continuous except in daylight hours.
(D) Enamel or painted number on glass doors, windows ortransoms with illuminated background. Minimum height to be four inches (4") and the illumination continuous except in daylight hours.
(E) A series of metal or plastic figures with minimum height of four inches (4") which are adequately floodlighted continuously except in daylight hours, the surface of said figures to contrast with the color of the surface upon which the figures are mounted. (Ord. 894, 10-6-2003)
On all structures, except single-family residences, the general design of material used in and fastening of figures making up the number shall be subject to the approval of the fire department. The fire department shall also approve the location on the said nonsingle-family residential structure at which the numbers are to be placed. (Ord. 158, 7-19-1976; amd. Ord. 233, 2-11-1981)