How large of a sign is my business permitted?
Sign size is determined by the length of the building occupied by the applicant along the street where the sign is to be erected. Each business or institution occupying the ground floor of a premise shall be permitted primary signs with a total gross sign area of not more than twenty-five (25) square feet. This total gross sign area may be increased to forty (40) square feet if the building frontage of the portion of the building occupied by the business or institution exceeds nineteen (19) feet, increased to eighty (80) square feet if the building frontage of the portion of the building occupied by the business or institution exceeds ninety (90) feet, and increased to one hundred twenty (120) square feet if the building frontage of the portion of the building occupied by the business or institution exceeds one hundred twenty (120) feet.

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1. What construction codes did the City adopt?
2. How far does a proposed addition to my home have to be from property lines?
3. How high may I construct a fence in my yard? May I erect a fence in my front yard? When do I need a permit?
4. How large of a sign is my business permitted?
5. How far does my proposed air conditioner have to be from my side property lines?