City of Aurora, MO
Lawrence County
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Cross References: Housing, Ch. 515; streets, sidewalks and other public places, ch. 535.
[R.O. 1993 § 500.120; Ord. No. 2010-2860 § 1, 2-9-2010]
All houses fronting on streets of the City shall be numbered. The houses on the north and west sides of the streets shall bear odd numbers, and the even numbers shall be on the houses on the south and east sides of the streets, and every story above the first shall be numbered alphabetically, beginning with the letter "A."
[R.O. 1993 § 500.130; Ord. No. 2010-2860 § 1, 2-9-2010]
The division of the City for the purpose of numbering shall be north and south from the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad, and east and west from McNatt Avenue on the north side of the railroad and east and west from Madison Avenue on the south side of the railroad, and the first house on each street from the lines of division shall be numbered as one (1) or two (2) as the case may be as provided in Section 500.120, and the odd numbers shall continue on the one (1) side of the street and the even numbers shall continue on the other side of the street until the end of the block is reached. Each block, except the first from the lines of division, shall be numbered as a hundred running from such line of division.
[R.O. 1993 § 500.140; Ord. No. 2010-2860 § 1, 2-9-2010]
A distance of sixty (60) feet shall be allowed for each number, and all persons owning houses are hereby required to number their houses in accordance with the provisions of this Article.
[R.O. 1993 § 500.150; Ord. No. 2010-2860 § 1, 2-9-2010]
The owner of each dwelling house, multifamily building or business establishment in Aurora, Missouri, shall affix to the front of it, or attach to a permanent structure in its yard, numerals designating the street number of said building located to be visible from the street.
The numbers shall be displayed in numerical form, and not in script form, large enough to be legible and of a color which contrasts with the background on which they are placed.