Sec. 48-211 - Parking and storage of vehicles
(a) No person shall park, store, or leave or permit the parking, storing or leaving of any vehicle which is in a rusted, wrecked, junked or partially dismantled, inoperable or abandoned condition upon any property within the city for a period in excess of ten (10) days unless such vehicle is completely enclosed within a building or unless such vehicle is so stored or parked on such property in connection with a duly licensed business or commercial enterprise operated and conducted pursuant to law when such parking or storing of vehicles is necessary to the operation of the business or commercial enterprise.
(b) No person shall park or store or permit the parking or storing of more than one boat and boat trailer, and no more than one camping trailer or recreational vehicle per dwelling unit. No part of such parking or storage area shall be located in a front yard. Such boat and camping trailer or recreational vehicle shall not be used for living, sleeping or housekeeping purposes.
(c) All vehicles parked or stored in single family residential, duplex or multifamily zoning districts shall be parked or stored on asphalt, concrete or other hard surface dustless materials as approved by the city, or completely enclosed within a building.
(d) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or store any motorized vehicle or equipment, such as, but not limited to campers, trailers, boats or other recreational type equipment, on any residential street in the city.
(e) In a single-family residential and duplex zoning districts, the number of vehicles parked or stored at a dwelling unit shall not exceed four (4) in number for more than a ten (10) day period unless they are completely enclosed within a building.
(Ord. No. 4232, 1-4-94)