Please note that County Ordinance "requires that each primary structure shall display a house number. A house number shall not be displayed containing numbers less than 3 inches (7.62 centimeters) in height. It shall be visible from the roadway named in the address, and all house numbers shall be in Arabic numerals."
Their numbering system is actually quite easy (our's first):
- A zero is a zero, only collapsed
- A one is a one and a nine is a nine
- A two is a backwards seven
- A three a three, except it's turned 90 degrees clockwise and set on a stick
- A four is a backwards three
- A five is a zero
- A six is a seven
- A seven is a Roman numeral five
- An eight is an upside down Roman numeral five.
See, quite simple! -