351.19   PARKING OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS.
   (a)   No person who is the owner, agent, operator, or other person in charge of any recreational vehicle as defined herein may permit such vehicle to remain parked, standing or abandoned upon any street in a residential district.
   (b)   Any recreational vehicle owner or operator may receive, through the Division of Police, temporary permission to allow for the parking of such vehicle, as defined in Section 351.19(c), upon a public street in a residential district for up to twenty-four (24) hours in length.  This temporary permission shall not exceed two (2) non-consecutive twenty-four (24) hour periods during any calendar week.  A calendar week shall be from Sunday to Saturday.  A minimum of twenty-four (24) hours shall pass between the granting of the temporary periods.  Failure to receive permission shall be deemed a violation of this Section.
   (c)   For the purposes of this section, certain terms shall be defined as follows:
      (1)   “Recreational vehicle” includes, but is not limited to:
         A.   Camper Trailer - A folding or collapsible vehicular structure, mounted on wheels but without its own power, designed as a temporary living quarters for travel, camping, recreation and vacation uses, which is not encompassed in the definition of travel trailer.
         B.   Motor Bus - Any motor vehicle having motor power designed and used for carrying more than 15 passengers.
         C.   Motor Home - A self-propelled recreational vehicle constructed with permanently installed facilities for cold storage, cooking and consuming of food and for sleeping.
         D.   Travel Trailer - A non-self-propelled recreational vehicle, including a tent type fold out camping trailer as defined in Ohio R.C. 4517.01.
         E.   Truck Camper - A non-self-propelled recreational vehicle, without wheels for road use but with sufficient equipment to render it suitable for use as a temporary dwelling for travel, recreation and vacation use, and designed to be placed upon and attached to a motor vehicle.  Truck campers do not include truck covers, which consist of walls and roof, and do not have floors and facilities for using same as a dwelling.
         F.   Recreational Trailers - Any form of device, equipment, or machinery on wheels, or a single wheel, that is intended to be pulled by a motor vehicle, whether or not attached to a motor vehicle.  This shall include every vehicle designed and utilized for the sole purpose of transporting any boat, auto, snowmobile, recreational habitation, and the like, which does not have motive power, but is designed to be drawn by another vehicle.
         G.   Watercraft - This term shall include, but is not limited to, any of the following when used or capable of being used for transportation on the water:
            1.   A boat operated by machinery either permanently or temporarily affixed.
            2.   A sailboat other than a sailboard.
            3.   An inflatable, manually propelled boat having a hull identification number meeting the requirements of the United States Coast Guard.
            4.   A canoe or row boat.
      (2)   “Residential District” shall mean any district zoned residential in accordance with the zoning definitions established in Section 1135.10 of the Codified Ordinances.
(Ord. C49-00. Passed 5-19-00; Ord. C82-00. Passed 10-16-00.)