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§ 22-160  PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS, BOATS AND OTHER VEHICLES IN FRONT YARDS AND SIDE YARDS OF AREAS ZONED ONE-FAMILY AND TWO-FAMILY.
   (a)   It shall be illegal for any person to park or to allow to be parked on any property under his or her control any automobile, bus, truck, motorcycle, motorhome, camper, trailer, boat or any vehicle on any portion of a front yard or side yard of any area which is zoned “A” One-Family, “A-R” Residential, “B” Two-Family, “R-1" Residential or “R-2" Residential under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or on any premises which is used for one-family, two-family or multifamily dwelling purposes unless:
      (1)   Such area is a part of a hard-surfaced driveway or parking area;
      (2)   Such area is a part of a gravel driveway bordered by cement curbing or similar permanent border;
      (3)   Such area is a part of a required driveway that provides access to a garage, carport or off-street parking area required by the zoning ordinance; or
      (4)   Such area is part of a side yard which is enclosed by a screening fence at least six feet in height and so constructed that no person can see through into the area surrounded by the fence.
   (b)   The term VEHICLE as used herein shall mean every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a street or highway, except devices moved exclusively by human power.
   (c)   The term HARD-SURFACED as used herein shall include cement, asphalt, brick and other commonly accepted pavement which may be approved by the building official.
   (d)   The terms of this section shall not be construed to apply to the parking of vehicles in a front yard or side yard where such parking is permitted in conjunction with temporary special events open to the public which may be designated from time to time by the city council.
   (e)   This section shall be cumulative of all ordinances of the city except where the provisions of this section are in direct conflict with the provisions of such ordinances, in which event conflicting provisions of such ordinances are hereby repealed.
(1964 Code, § 27-54)  (Ord. 9863, § 1, passed 4-21-1987; Ord. 9916, § 1, passed 7-28-1987)