[CC 1988 §13-44; Ord. No. 1596 §1, 12-2-1991]
As used in this Chapter, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
- GARAGE SALE
- A temporary business engaged in by a property owner or resident involving the selling and delivering of wares and merchandise from a residence or other accessory building located on that person's property.
[CC 1988 §13-45; Ord. No. 1596 §1, 12-2-1991]
Every person conducting a garage sale, shall first make application for and procure a license pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter and Chapter 605.
[CC 1988 §13-46; Ord. No. 1596 §1, 12-2-1991]
Each applicant for a garage sale license, whether a person, firm or corporation, shall file a written, sworn application signed by the applicant stating that all items to be sold are owned by the applicant and were not purchased for the sole purpose of sale.
[CC 1988 §13-47; Ord. No. 1596 §1, 12-2-1991; Ord. No. 1721 §1, 11-2-1993; Ord. No. 2558 §2, 8-12-2008]
A person conducting a garage sale at property located in an "R-1", "R-2" or "R-3" residential zoning district shall be entitled to apply for two (2) garage sale licenses in a twelve (12) month period and each such license shall be valid for one (1) day only. The applicant shall not place more than one (1) advertising sign on the property, which shall be limited to the day of the sale and shall be removed by 6:00 P.M. the day of the sale and one (1) advertising sign off-premises, which shall be limited to the day of the sale and shall be removed at 6:00 P.M. the day of the sale. No off-premises sign shall be placed without the prior consent of the owner of such premises. Owner's authorization shall be shown on the back of such sign. Each such sign shall contain the number of the garage sale license authorizing the sale, the date of sale and shall not exceed three (3) feet in height. No other advertising shall be permitted on the property or within the City. This restriction shall not apply to newspaper advertisements or notices on bulletin boards located inside a business location. Violation of the advertising provision of this Section shall automatically revoke the garage sale license issued and the violator shall be subject to the penalties provided for violation of City ordinances.
[CC 1988 §13-48; Ord. No. 1596 §1, 12-2-1991; Ord. No. 2558 §1, 8-12-2008]
The fee for the issuance of a garage sale license shall be five dollars ($5.00).