Chapter 19.20


19.20.010    Building number required.

19.20.020    Map showing numbers to be maintained.

19.20.030    Size and style of numbers.

19.20.040    How buildings are to be numbered.

19.20.010 Building number required.

It is unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to maintain any building or structure in the city without having over the entrance thereto or in a conspicuous place near the entrance thereto the number of the said building or structure. (Code 1962 § 4-26)

19.20.020 Map showing numbers to be maintained.

It is hereby made the duty of the city engineer or other officer designated by the city manager to keep and maintain a map whereon shall be shown the numbers of all buildings and structures now in the city and which may hereafter be moved, built, or constructed in the city, and to furnish such information to the public in general upon request. (Code 1962 § 4-27)

19.20.030 Size and style of numbers.

The numbers on each building or structure must be of a uniform size and style, and must not be less than four inches (101.6 mm) in height with a minimum stroke width of one-half inch (12.7 mm). (Ord. 1638 § 7, 2009. Code 1962 § 4-28)

19.20.040 How buildings are to be numbered.

The numbering shall commence at Mill Street, Stedman Street, and Tongass Narrows, and in each instance the buildings and structures on the streets extending therefrom shall be numbered consecutively, the even numbers on the right and the odd numbers on the left. (Code 1962 § 4-29)