Figure 1 – Clear view area:

A triangular area on the corner of all lots surrounding the intersection of two streets where, for safety reasons, landscaping and structures must be designed and maintained to permit clear vision of approaching traffic.

Figure 2 – Flag lot:

A property with a narrow access stem connecting the bulk of the lot to the street.

Figure 3 – Lot types and lot lines:

The drawing to the left illustrates the following: front lot line, interior street lot line, rear yard, front yard, flag lot, reverse corner lot, interior lot, through lot, corner lot and a street side yard.

Figure 4 – Landscape screening:

Screening intended to provide a filtered, but not blocked view and provided by existing vegetation, landscaped areas, including the use of hedges, berms, fencing or a combination thereof.

Figure 5 – Sign:

Any letters, figures, design, symbol, trademark, or any illuminating device intended to attract attention to any place, subject, person, firm, corporation, public performance, article, machine, or merchandise whatsoever and painted, printed, or constructed and displayed in any manner whatsoever out of doors for recognized advertising purposes. However, this shall not include any official court or public notices nor the flag, emblem, or insignia of a government, school, or religious group when displayed for official purposes. Interior signs, if located on a window or within a distance equal to the greatest dimension of the window and if obviously intended for viewing from the exterior, shall be considered an exterior sign for purposes of this sign code.

(Ord. 2041 § 1 (Exh. A), 2010).


(Ord. 2041 § 1 (Exh. A), 2010).