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Part 4 Standards for Temporary Signs
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1. Generally. Attached temporary signs are allowed subject to the standards of this Section, for the duration that is set out in Section 7.15, Duration of display of temporary signs.

2. Banners. Banners may be installed on building walls within in the A, D-A, D-B, C-N, C-C, C-H52, P, BLI, I, and C-E Zoning Districts; provided, that:

a. The property does not have a sign with an EMC that is larger than six (6) square feet;

b. There is not more than one (1) banner displayed per street frontage;

c. Banners displayed on buildings are fastened to the building in a manner that obscures the fasteners, are situated within a signable area, and do not exceed the sign area allowed for wall signs within that area; and

d. Banners with a sign area that is larger than thirty-two (32) square feet are installed within a banner frame.

3. Inflatable signs. One (1) inflatable sign may be attached to a principal building rooftop in the C-C, C-H52, P, BLI, I, and C-E Zoning Districts; provided, that:

a. The sign area is not more than two hundred twenty-five (225) square feet;

b. The vertical dimension of the sign is not more than fifteen (15) feet; and

c. No other inflatable sign is present on the parcel.

4. Sock signs and temporary wall signs. Sock signs and temporary wall signs are permitted in all zoning districts; provided, that they are used during a period not to exceed forty-five (45) days in which a new permanent sign or sign component is being fabricated and installed in accordance with this Article.

5. Window signs.

a. Temporary window signs are allowed in all locations where permanent window signs are allowed; provided, that the applicable transparency standards of Table 7.11(1) are met.

b. Temporary window signs shall be affixed to the window such that the fastener (e.g., tape) is not highly visible, or shall be mounted vertically inside of the building for viewing through the window. (Ord. 1216 §1 (Exh. A), 2016)