(a) Except as specifically set forth below, it shall be unlawful for any person to park or allow to be parked any large recreational vehicle on any property under his or her control on any portion of a front yard, side yard or rear yard of any area or district which is residentially zoned under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or used for residential purposes.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) above, a large recreational vehicle may be parked on a side yard or rear yard provided that it is parked behind a screening fence at least six feet in height which fence shall be sufficient to obscure the view of such large recreational vehicle by persons on adjacent property.
(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) above, a large recreational vehicle may be parked on a driveway or other lawful parking area for up to 72 hours during any seven-day period for loading, unloading or maintenance so long as such vehicle is parked in compliance with all relevant parking regulations.
(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) above, a person who owns a large recreational vehicle on the date of the passage of this ordinance may, within 90 days of the passage of this ordinance obtain, without charge, from the development department of the City of Fort Worth a continuance permit. Such continuance permit shall allow the large recreational vehicle to be parked on a driveway in the front yard of the owner of the large recreational vehicle so long as such large recreational vehicle is not parked within ten feet of the curb or edge of an improved street, does not interfere with the use of a sidewalk and does not create a visual obstruction to drivers or pedestrians using the street or sidewalk. The continuance permit shall be issued for a specific large recreational vehicle owned by the owner on the date of the passage of this ordinance and cannot be transferred to another vehicle or owner.
(Ord. 18162-07-2008, § 4, passed 7-8-2008; Ord. 23193-04-2018, § 3, passed 4-17-2018)