§ 157.049  STORAGE AND PARKING OF TRAILERS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES.
   Commercial vehicles, motor homes and trailers of all types shall not be parked or stored on any lot occupied by a dwelling or on any lot in any residential district except in accordance with the following provisions:
   (A)   For each family living on the premises, no more than one commercial vehicle which exceeds 1½  tons capacity shall be permitted to be parked outside of a totally inclosed structure. In no case shall a commercial vehicle used for hauling explosives, gasoline or liquefied petroleum products be permitted;
   (B)   No more than one motor home, camping trailer or travel trailer or hauling trailer per family living on the premises shall be permitted;
   (C)   No more than one hauling trailer per family living on the premises shall be permitted, and the hauling trailer shall not exceed 32 feet in length or 9 feet in width;
   (D)   A motor home, camping trailer or travel trailer shall not be used as a residence except in a trailer court or other site authorized under the ordinances of the city;
   (E)   A motor home, camping trailer, travel trailer or hauling trailer shall not be parked or stored in any residential district for more than 48 hours unless it is located behind the front yard building line; and
   (F)   A mobile home shall be parked or stored only in a trailer space which is in conformity with the ordinances of the city.
(`93 Code, § 12-235)  (Ord. 1040, passed 4-12-83; Am. Ord. 1224, passed 5-14-96)