6-3H-4: CAMPING RESTRICTIONS; CAMPING PERMIT:
   A.   As used in this section, the following words have the following meanings:
 
CAMP:
To reside or dwell temporarily in a place, with shelter, and conduct activities of daily living, such as eating or sleeping in such place. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the term includes the act of staying overnight in a parked motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, recreational vehicles, trailers, fifth wheel trailers, and pop up trailers. The term, however, does not include napping during the day or picnicking, or staying overnight in a permanent structure that meets the requirements of the town's building codes described in title 8, chapter 1 of this code.
DURING THE DAY:
From one hour after sunrise until sunset.
PRIVATE PROPERTY:
Any real property having its title, ownership, use, or possession held by a private corporation, firm, partnership, limited liability entity of any kind, association, nongovernmental organization, or other group acting as a unit, as well as a natural person.
PUBLIC PROPERTY:
Any real property having its title, ownership, use, or possession held by the town, the state of Colorado, Summit County government, any other governmental entity of this state, or the federal government. Such term includes, but is not limited to: 1) the right of way of any public street, highway, or alley; 2) any "town park" as defined in section 11-2-1 of this code; and 3) any lot, tract, parcel, building, playground, recreational trail, open space, or recreation area owned by the town, the state of Colorado, Summit County government, any other governmental entity of this state, or the federal government.
RESIDE OR DWELL:
Includes, without limitation, conducting such activities as eating, sleeping, or the storage of personal possessions.
SHELTER:
Includes, without limitation, any tent, tarpaulin, lean-to, sleeping bag, bedroll, blanket, or any form of cover or protection from the elements other than clothing.
 
   B.   It shall be unlawful for any person to camp on any private property or public property anywhere within the town unless authorized by a valid camping permit issued by the town manager pursuant to subsection C of this section.
   C.   The town manager may issue a camping permit to authorize camping for a specified period. The town manager shall adopt administrative rules and regulations setting forth the nondiscriminatory criteria to be applied in issuing permits under this section, as well as other administrative rules and regulations relating to the issuance, enforcement, and revocation of a camping permit issued pursuant to this section. Such regulations shall be adopted in accordance with the procedures established by title 1, chapter 18 of this code, and may be altered, amended or repealed by the town manager in the same manner.
   D.   It is unlawful and a misdemeanor offense for any person to violate:
      1.   Any of the provisions of this section;
      2.   Any of the administrative rules and regulations issued by the town manager pursuant to subsection C of this section; or
      3.   Any of the terms and conditions of a camping permit issued by the town manager pursuant to this section. (Ord. 26, Series 2015; amd. Ord. 5, Series 2022)