CHAPTER XIV. STREETS AND SIDEWALKSCHAPTER XIV. STREETS AND SIDEWALKS\ARTICLE 4. GENERAL PROVISIONS

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to paste, paint or attach in many manner, any sign, handbill, poster or advertisement of any kind or character whatsoever to or upon any sidewalk, street or electric light pole within the city.

(Code 1973)

No rails, awning posts or other structures shall be built upon or along Main Street between Springfield Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue. No awnings shall be built or shall project over the sidewalk or any part of the street within the limits defined in this section except in pursuance of a resolution duly adopted by the board of commissioners, and entered on their journal. If any awning, rail, lamppost or other structure shall be built within the limits defined in this section in violation of the provisions of this section shall be removed by the chief of police and the expense charged to the party who built the same.

(Code 1973, 15-403)

(a)   It shall be unlawful for any person to erect, hang, suspend or maintain any sign, billboard or any other advertising service where the same extends out over the sidewalk more than five and one-half feet from the building or property line or from the inside line of the sidewalk, and not less than seven feet above the level of the sidewalk on any street or alley in the city.

(b)   It shall be unlawful for any person to place upon or maintain any sign, billboard or advertising device on any part or portion of the sidewalk on any street, or alley in the city.

(Code 1973, 15-404,405)