- No sign shall be erected or displayed unless the zoning administrator has issued a permit for the sign or the subchapter exempts the sign from the permit requirement.
- Temporary banner signs do not require a permit prior to display. A maximum of one banner per street frontage is permitted per lot. Banners may be wall or fence-mounted or displayed between two poles.
A wall- or fence-mounted banner shall not exceed 5 percent of the facade upon which the banner is displayed while banners displayed between poles shall not exceed 32 square feet in area nor 5 feet in height. Banners shall be displayed for no longer than 120 days in any calendar year.
- No sign or sign structure shall be erected at the intersection of any streets in such a manner as to obstruct free and clear vision, nor at any location where by its position, shape or color it may interfere with or obstruct the view of or be confused with any authorized traffic sign, signal or device.
- Any temporary sign which becomes torn, broken, tattered, mutilated, defaced, damaged, deteriorated or otherwise falls into disrepair shall be deemed a nuisance and such sign shall be immediately removed or replaced.