Up to four (4) flag signs per parcel, provided that no freestanding pole (temporary) shall be erected in the public right-of-way nor be within five (5) feet of a service drive, travel lane or adjoining street.
If a property on which the flag is placed abuts a road with a speed limit of twenty-five (25) miles per hour or less, then the maximum cumulative area if all flags shall be sixteen (16) square feet in size.
If the property on which the flag is placed abuts a road with a speed limit greater than twenty-five (25) miles per hour, then each flag may be up to sixteen (16) square feet in size and the maximum cumulative area of all flags shall be sixty-four (64) square feet in size.
Note: There is not a regulation regarding the content on temporary signs.
Flagpoles are permitted, subject to the following requirements:
A permit must be obtained prior to constructing a flagpole on a property.
Any flagpole shall be set back from the edge of the pavement of any existing street right-of-way and from any adjoining property a distance that is equal to the height of the pole plus three (3) feet.
No flagpole may exceed thirty-five (35) feet in height, measured from the grade of the lot unless a Conditional Use Permit is obtained through City Council, by way of application through the Planning Commission.