(a)   The City shall determine that the placement of the bin will not constitute a safety hazard. Such hazards include, but are not limited to: placement of a donation bin within 100 yards of any place which stores or sells large amounts of fuel or other inflammable liquids or gases; or placements of a bin where it interferes with vehicular or pedestrian traffic flow or lines of sight.
   (b)   Donation bins shall be secured or removed in such a manner so as to minimize the danger of such units causing damage to persons or property from high winds or severe weather conditions.
   (c)   No donation bin shall be located in a residential zoning district or within 200 feet of a residential zoning district unless the site host's property is devoted solely to a non-profit organization.
   (d)   Donation bins placed on vacant parcels shall follow all applicable rules and regulations set forth within this section.
   (e)   Bins shall not be located in rights-of-way and shall adhere to the set-back standards for the site where they are placed.
   (f)   No more than one donation bin shall be placed on any property.
(Ord. 2016-64.  Passed 6-16-16.)