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47th Annual Christmas Walk and Tree Lighting Ceremony

Art in the Park

Tuba Christmas - Event Cancelled

Evening on 5th Christmas

Gulfshore Playhouse - Little Women

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Evening on 5th Christmas

Gulfshore Playhouse - Ebenezer Junior

New Years Evening on 5th

Naples New Year's Art Show

Art in the Park (with NYAS)

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Evening on Fifth

Art in the Park

Ferrari Club of Naples Annual Cars on Fifth

Native Visions - Meet Renowned Guide Andrew Smith

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Naples National Art Festival

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Avenue Home Design & Build - Opening showroom

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Naples Downtown Art Show - 33rd Annual

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Coffee with a COP

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Fourth of July Parade

Fireworks at Naples Pier

Evening on Fifth

Purple Evening on Fifth

Fifth Avenue South Job Fair

Evening on Fifth

Calendar of events at Norris Center in Cambier Park

Paradise Coast Wine & Food Experience - CANCELLED

Fine Arts & Crafts Show

Evening on Fifth

Semi Annual Flea Market

Naples Fashion Week Fashion Show

Halloween on 5th Spooktacular

6th Annual Artisan Marketplace

Artisan Cocktail Party

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Fine Art & Craft Show

48th Annual Christmas Walk and Tree Lighting Ceremony with Avenue Dining

Art in the Park

Christmas Parade

Tuba Christmas

Fine Arts & Crafts Show

Candlelight Christmas Carols at Cambier Park

Evening on Fifth (special)

New Year's Eve Fireworks

Evening on Fifth (special)

The 26th Annual Naples New Year’s Art Show

Evening on Fifth

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade

Culinary Adventure That Gives Back

Ferrari Club of Naples Annual Cars on 5th Show

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth (special)

The 43rd Annual Naples National Art Show

Culinary Adventure That Gives Back

Evening on Fifth

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Evening on Fifth (special)

Celebrity Food Festival

The 34th Naples Downtown Art Show

Culinary Adventure That Gives Back

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Outdoor Dining & Umbrellas
58-1134(e)(13)

Outside dining tables and chairs. Outside dining tables and chairs shall be primarily metal, cast concrete, wood or suitable composite material. Plastic chairs are prohibited but plastic tables may be permitted if covered with linens. Outside dining tables located in the right-of-way shall be temporary and portable. Outdoor dining in this district shall require the approval of the design review board. Outdoor dining shall be consistent with section 56-126. Read More

External Lighting

58-1134(e)(16)
Permanent lighting fixtures attached to the façade of the building require the approval of the design review board subject to the determination that such lighting is compatible with the design of the building and the ambiance of the district. All such lighting shall be white in color.

In addition to permanent fixtures, strings of low voltage light emitting diode (LED) type lights may be approved for year-round use by the city manager subject to the following:

  • Lighting shall not exceed the following:
    On the public sidewalk: 3.0 foot candles.
    On private property: 5.0 foot candles.
  • All lighting shall be powered by a source located on the private property and no wiring associated therewith shall cross a sidewalk or means of egress;
  • All lighting shall be maintained in a safe and neat condition, proper working order and functioning in a safe manner;
  • All lighting shall be white with the exception of lighting that the design review board has determined is consistent with the design theme of a building or business;
  • All lighting shall be within the following temperature range:
    Minimum—2,700 Kelvin.
    Maximum—4,000 Kelvin.
  • No twinkling or flashing light sources shall be permitted;
  • Lighting shall consist of visible light sources, shall be attached to the drip edge of an awning or other horizontal façade feature in a linear fashion and shall be either “icicle” (individual light sources arranged vertically) or “strip” (individual light sources arranged horizontally) provided that in no instance shall the lighting hang below the minimum vertical clearance required for awnings;
  • Wherever either icicle or strip lighting is installed, such lighting shall be installed uniformly to all awnings abutting the business or establishment to which they are affixed;
  • No window frame lighting utilizing visible light sources shall be permitted in either inside or outside installation;
  • Indirect lighting with no visible light sources may be permitted under awnings, arcades and overhangs;
  • Lighting consisting of individual light sources may be installed on trees, plants, shrubs and other similar landscape features located on private property;
  • Lighting shall be allowed on the first floor of the building only;
  • In addition to the foregoing standards, the lighting shall be compatible with the structure on which it is located and the ambiance of the district. Should the city manager find that the proposed lighting is not compatible or if the petitioner wishes to deviate from any of these standards, the petition shall be referred to the design review board for review and approval.

Temporary lighting is permitted throughout the Fifth Avenue South Special Overlay District from November 15th through the following January 15th, or by approval of a special event permit approved by the city council. Temporary lighting shall be limited to the same provisions of section 58-1134(e)(16)a. above except that multicolored lighting shall be allowed and such lighting shall not be required to be arranged in a linear, icicle or strip configuration.

Paint

(Section 58-1134(e)(2))

Exterior building colors shall be white or colored in the cream to coral range. Trim shall be white. Doors, shop fronts, window frames and shutters shall be any color at any saturation. Buildings in single ownership shall be of uniform facade and trim color unless there are architectural elements such as pilasters or engaged columns or a change in the plane of the facade defining the separate tenant spaces.

Signage Standards
(Section 58-1134(f)(8-9))

Signage, when provided, will be as follows:

Restaurant menu boards. The city manager may approve restaurant menu boards/boxes (signs which display the menu for a restaurant, which may include prices and daily specials) subject to the following criteria:

  • There shall be only one sign per restaurant.
  • The total area of the sign shall not exceed six square feet.
  • The sign may be permanently installed on private property with no setback required, or within the right-of-way with the approval of the city manager.

Portable restaurant and valet signs; standards for valet parking. The city manager may approve (no building permit is required) one portable restaurant menu sign and one valet portable sign if the standard design is used. The city manager shall consider the following criteria:

  • The sign shall be displayed only during hours of operation of the restaurant.
  • The sign may be displayed on private property or within the right-of-way in such a manner as not to interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
  • Portable restaurant signs shall be A-frame design with a dimension of 24 inches wide and 48 inches high.
  • Valet signs shall be freestanding, may be two-sided, and shall be 24 inches wide and 30 inches high with the total height not exceeding 42 inches.

Sidewalk Sales

(Section 46-39(b)(1) b3)

Sidewalk sales in the Fifth Avenue South Special Overlay District or Third Street Commercial Area Special Overlay District are permitted only in conjunction with a district-wide special event approved for the respective district that includes an approved plan for a sidewalk sale. A separate permit is not required for each business participating in the approved event. Approval of a business association is not required.

News Racks
(Section 58-1134(c)(5))

Newspaper vending machines are not allowed on Fifth Avenue South.

Live Entertainment

(Section 56-125)

Live entertainment, whether indoor or outdoor, must receive proper permits.

Prohibited Uses
(Section 58-1132)

Prohibited uses means uses which are not listed as permitted including the following:

  • Automatic food and drink vending machines, newspaper vending machines, at frontage lines;
  • Any commercial use which encourages patrons to remain in their automobiles while receiving goods or services, except bank and pharmacy drive-throughs;
  • Manufacturing, storage or distribution as a primary use except as defined by artisanal use;
  • Enameling, painting, or plating, except as an artist’s studio;
  • Outdoor advertising or billboard as a principal use;
  • Carting, moving or hauling yard, except delivery goods to businesses;
  • Single-room occupancy hotels, prisons, detention centers or halfway houses;
  • Manufacture, storage, or disposal of hazardous waste materials;
  • Scrap yards;
  • Mobile homes;
  • Kennels, except as ancillary to a veterinarian and as ancillary use to police station;
  • Any use which produces adverse impacts as determined by the city manager.

Download Complete Document

For complete details on each code, please visit the City of Naples website at www.naplesgov.com (Go to “Government” tab then choose “Code of Ordinances”) or contact the Planning department at 239.213.1050, or the Code Enforcement office at 239.213.5030.