SANTA CLARA CITY
ORDINANCE NO. 2018-02
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SANTA CLARA CITY CODE, TITLE 17, CHAPTER 17.44.130 TEMPORARY OR SHORT TERM SIGNS, AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
WHEREAS, the reason for the amendment is to provide provisions for temporary signs related to the annual Swiss Days Celebration; and
WHEREAS, the wooden cow replicas and other related Swiss Days signs don’t meet the present city sign regulations; and
WHEREAS, provisions are being proposed to allow for such temporary signs, and
WHEREAS, the proposed amendment is to Title 17, Section 17.44.130 of the Sign Code; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the UCA 10-9a-302, the Planning Commission of Santa Clara City forwarded its recommendation to the City Council as of
January 10, 2018 regarding necessary changes to the Zoning Code; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Santa Clara City Council, State of Utah, as follows:
SECTION 1. AMENDMENT:
Add to Section 17.44.130 Temporary or Short Term Signs:
B. Where Allowed: Generally not limited to location, except not within the public right-of -way, with exceptions allowed for annual Swiss Days celebration.
10.Swiss Days Signs. For the City’s annual Swiss Days celebration, temporary signs installed by the Swiss Days Committee consisting of wood cow replicas, and advertising banners may be displayed for up to 30 days prior to the start of Swiss Days, and 15 days following the conclusion of Swiss Days. The temporary signs including the wood cow replicas shall be placed so as not to create an obstruction of view when exiting a driveway or entering a public street from an intersection. Temporary signs that create a safety problem may be removed by city staff as they determine necessary.
SECTION 2. Effective Date:
This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon adoption, recording and posting in the manner prescribed by law.
ADOPTED and approved by a duly constituted quorum of the Santa Clara City Council this 10th day of January, 2018
IN WITNESS THERETO:
RICK ROSENBERG, Mayor
CHRIS SHELLEY, City Recorder