1128.05   RESIDENTIAL ACCESSORY USES.
   Accessory uses customarily incidental and subordinate to the principal permitted use or conditionally permitted use shall be permitted, located on the same lot therewith, including:
   (a)   Customary home occupations as regulated in Section 1128.24: Home Occupations;
   (b)   Gardens and landscaping including lamp posts, flag poles, bird houses, trellis, ornamental structures or a work of art;
   (c)   Patios and walkways;
   (d)   Fences and screening:  fences, walls, hedges as specified in Chapter 1129: Screening, Buffer Yard, Landscaping and Fences;
   (e)   Garage sales (home sales) as regulated in Chapter 715 of the City of Fairborn Codified Ordinances;
   (f)   Household pets as regulated in Section 1128.06: Keeping of Animals
   (g)   Off-Street Parking.
      (1)   Parking of cars, motorcycles, trucks, trailers and vehicles not exceeding 22 feet in total overall length, or 7 feet in width (excluding mirrors) or 8 feet in height (including load) and/or a gross weight of five tons, as further governed by Section 341.12 of the City of Fairborn Codified Ordinances.
      (2)   Off-street parking of commercial, agricultural or multi-wheel agricultural tractors or trailers, semitrailers, pole trailers or trailer dolly's as defined in Ohio R.C. 4511.01 whether commercially manufactured or homemade is prohibited in residential districts and is further governed by Chapter 335 and Section 341.06 of the City of Fairborn Codified Ordinances.
      (3)   Exceptions may be permitted for loading or unloading of personal or household goods for a period of not more than 48 hours, commercial service calls involving active installation, maintenance or repair work and/or active construction sites. 
      (4)   Parking of recreational equipment, as defined in Chapter 1133: Definitions, permitted and further specified in Section 1128.08: Parking or Storing of Recreational Equipment in Residential Districts; and
   (h)   Living quarters of persons employed on the premises by the residents for home care, child care, or medical care and not rented or otherwise used as a separate independent dwelling.
      (Ord. 34-17.  Effective 12-7-17.)