Recreational fires are not permitted in any R District unless the following conditions can be met.
   (A)   No fire ban has been initiated by appropriate federal, state or local authorities.
   (B)   Only above-ground fireplace type structures made of metal or other non-combustible material which are completely enclosed may be used. In R-1 areas, metal fire rings are also permissible.
   (C)   The area of the fire, whether enclosed or in a fire ring, may not exceed three feet in diameter, must be least 25 feet from any structure, and cannot produce excessive smoke so as to be a nuisance to the other property owners.
   (D)   Fires will not be allowed to smolder with no flame present and only clean, dry wood may be used.
   (E)   No fire will be permitted within 20 feet in any direction of any above or below ground natural gas, electrical, cable television or other utility service line.
   (F)   Mobile cooking devices such as charcoal grills, wood smokers, hibachis and propane or natural gas devices are not defined as recreational fires.
   (G)   Recreational burning is prohibited between 12:00 a.m. midnight and 9:00 a.m.
(Ord. 172, passed 3-22-2005)  Penalty, see § 152.999