[CC 1991 §16-111; Ord. No. 563 §1, 4-12-1977]
As used in this Article, the meaning of the term "trailer" includes all vehicles and conveyances, whether capable of moving under their own power or intended to be attached to and drawn by a motor vehicle, that are designed and constructed for use as a dwelling, whether temporary or permanent, or used for any and all hauling purposes, whether business, personal or pleasure, and having no foundation or support other than wheels, jacks or corner blocks.
As used in this Article, the meaning of the terms "recreational vehicle and equipment" includes the following:
Vehicular, portable structures, commonly known as "camping" or "travel" trailers, whether of the expandable tent or permanent structure type, and designed for use as temporary dwellings for travel, recreational or vacation uses.
Portable structures commonly known as "pickup coaches" or "campers", designed primarily for mounting on pickup or truck chassis, and containing sufficient equipment to render the same suitable for travel, recreational or vacation uses.
Portable, motorized dwellings, such as motorized homes or campers, designed, constructed or modified to be self-propelled vehicles for travel, recreational and vacation uses. This Subparagraph shall not be deemed to include van-type vehicles with only four (4) wheels, that are used primarily for ordinary, day to day transportation purposes, even though some camping, recreational or other housekeeping equipment may be installed in the same.
Boats, houseboats and amphibious vehicles, whether powered or not, and regardless of size, including any trailer or other equipment intended for use and transporting the same.
All recreational motor vehicles in the nature of, but not limited to, jeeps, dune buggies, snowmobiles, motorcycles, ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), and other such vehicles that are not utilized primarily for, or have been so modified, altered or constructed as to be unsuitable for, ordinary, day to day transportational purposes, and this Subparagraph shall include any trailer, or other equipment intended for use in transporting the same.
[CC 1991 §16-112; Ord. No. 563 §2, 4-12-1977]
It shall be unlawful to park any trailer, or recreational vehicle and equipment, on any street, alley, highway or other public place or private property or on any tract of land owned by any person, occupied or unoccupied, except as hereinafter provided.
Emergency or temporary stopping or parking is permitted on any alley, street or highway for not longer than twelve (12) hours, subject to any other and further prohibitions, regulations or ordinances for that street, alley or highway.
[CC 1991 §16-113; Ord. No. 563 §3, 4-12-1977]
The parking and storing of trailers and recreational vehicles and equipment on private, residential property shall be subject to the following conditions:
At no time shall such parked or stored trailer or recreational vehicle and equipment be used for living, dwelling or housekeeping purposes, whether of permanent or temporary duration.
If such trailer or recreational vehicle and equipment is parked or stored outside of a garage, it shall be parked or stored in a rear or side yard. Where it is reasonably possible to do so, all such trailers and recreational vehicles and equipment shall be parked in back of the front building line of the dwelling house located on such property. To the extent that it is reasonably possible to do so, all such trailers, recreational vehicles and equipment so parked on a residence property shall be screened from view of adjacent residence property.
[CC 1991 §16-114; Ord. No. 563 §4, 4-12-1977]
Any person, corporation or other entity violating any of the provisions of this Article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, may be fined not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00). Each day that a violation hereof is permitted to continue after such conviction shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.