**Oversized inflatable signs such as animals or hot-air balloons are not authorized**
Chapter 25 Zoning, Article VI. Sign Regulations, Sec. 25-424.
Permitted Signs, (i) Temporary and Accessory Signs, (1) Temporary Signs:
h. Grand opening sign. One on-site sign including banners announcing the opening of a new business, which does not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet in copy area and that is not displayed for longer than ninety (90) days after the issuance date of the business tax receipt or utility service whichever is the latest for those businesses which meet the following conditions:
- The business is new at the particular location; or
- The business is under new ownership; or
- The business has undergone a major expansion which has received a building permit; or
- The business has reopened after being closed for at least one (1) year.
- The business is a seasonal business such as tax preparation, fireworks sales, Christmas tree sales, fair or carnival, and other uses similar and temporary in nature.
j. Temporary promotional displays. Each business shall be permitted up to ninety (90) days of promotional displays per year wherein balloons , flags, pennants, spinners, and streamers etc. shall be allowed on-site (no more than eighteen (18) inches in area per unit). In no case shall inflatable signs or devices (other than the aforementioned balloons) be allowed. Banners shall not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet. Businesses shall use the City’s website Temporary Promotional Displays Registration form to notify the City of the time periods for the such displays. Multiple businesses operating out of the same space shall not be entitled to separate displays or permits. Total permitted square footage of temporary promotional displays shall be one (1) square foot for each linear foot of road frontage not to exceed one hundred (100) square feet Temporary promotional display requirements have been revised to recognize the current slow down of the economy and shall be reviewed two (2) years from this adoption to determine the need to amend these standards.