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Outside of the Historic District• A maximum of five colors may be used on the exterior of any building, excluding the color of unpainted natural stone or roof material. Color selections must be complementary.• High-intensity primary colors, electric, neon, fluorescent, and metallic colors, and black shall not be utilized as a body color. These colors may only be utilized as part of a corporate color scheme and in this instance, only as a replacement for either the trim or accent (not body) color, and only up to 20 percent of the total square footage of any one building facade. • The city community development services department maintains an optional color palette. An applicant choosing from the optional palette will receive over-the-counter approval of their paint permit.Historic District• Refer to the color guide in the Historic District Code Book Page 3.22.
• Property Owner Authorization – Where the applicant is not the property owner, include property owner authorization for painting the building.• Elevations and Color Map – A color elevation of the building indicating where on the building each color selection will be placed.• $25.00 Application Fee (Paint Color Selection with Approved Site Plan – No Cost)
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