Advertising signs, structures, or lights for support and illumination of signs, where permitted, shall in no case be placed in or extend over the street right-of-way.
All temporary signs must be set back a minimum of twenty (25) feet from the centerline on the adjacent road or ten (10) feet from the right-of-way of the road which ever is a greater distance from the edge of the pavement. Political and yard sale signs shall not exceed eight (8) square feet in size and must abide by all regulations regarding visibility at intersections in Section 870 of these Regulations. Political signs shall be posted no earlier than thirty (30) days prior to the election and shall be removed no later than seven (7) days following the date of the election. Yard sale signs may be posted no earlier than seven (7) days prior to the start of the yard sale and must be removed no later than two (2) days following the final day of the yard sale. Under no circumstances shall political or yard sale signs be posted on utility poles. Temporary signs do not require a permit from the Administrative Officer. All violations of these requirements will be penalized as per Section 360 of these Zoning Regulations.
Provisions regarding the regulation of other temporary signs apply as required in other sections of this Article.
Any official informational or directional sign or historic marker erected by a governmental agency is permitted in all zones and does not require a location or a zoning permit.
In no way shall the provisions of this Article be taken to be in conflict with and state or federal regulations regarding obstructions or the placement of structures in state or federal rights-of-way. In all cases, the most restrictive provision will apply.