§ 23-525. Satellite dishes or antennas.  

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  • Satellite dishes or antennas shall be subject to the following restrictions. The administrative official may waive any of the restrictions below in cases where it is determined that compliance with the restriction interferes with the receipt of signals.

    a. The dish of the satellite antenna shall be neutral in color and compatible with the appearance of the neighborhood.

    b. No satellite antenna shall be mounted on the roof of any single-family or two-family structure.

    c. A satellite antenna may be mounted on the roof of a multi-family structure; however, all roof-mounted satellite antennas shall be located on the rear one-third (1/3) of the structure.

    d. No satellite antenna accessory to a single-family or two-family structure shall exceed fifteen (15) feet in height, measured from the highest point of the antenna when positioned for operation to the ground.

    e. All ground-mounted satellite antennas shall be screened from view by a six-foot high wood or masonry fence or plants, being eighty (80) percent opaque when viewed between two (2) and six (6) feet above grade.

    f. All satellite antennas for multi-family structures adjacent to single-family structures shall require a special exception use permit unless the satellite antenna complies with the single-family residential requirements.

    g. No satellite antenna shall be used for a sign.