7-1-3: OBSTRUCTIONS IN PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY:
Except as otherwise expressly permitted or allowed in this code, it shall be unlawful for any person, corporation, partnership, limited liability company or other business association, including any person or entity owning, occupying or having control of any adjacent property or premises, to do any of the following:
   A.   To place or store, or permit to be placed or stored, upon any public right of way, including streets, sidewalks, parking areas, or upon any portion of the street or sidewalk next to said property or premises, any personal property which shall obstruct the public right of way or which is unsightly, offensive or deleterious to the public health, safety and welfare, including, but not limited to, the following: garbage, rubbish, trash, junk, dirt, rocks, trees, tree stumps, tree trimmings, vegetative matter, boxes, demolition debris, construction materials, salvage materials, tires, fencing materials, lumber, wood products, metal, appliances, furniture, implements, tools, equipment, vehicles, RVs, trailers, garbage receptacles or dumpsters, and other similar objects and materials.
   B.   To construct, erect, build or maintain upon any public right of way, including streets, sidewalks, parking areas or upon any portion of the street or sidewalk next to said property or premises, any permanent or temporary structure, mechanism, device, vehicle, tree or other thing of any kind or character which shall obstruct the public right of way.
   C.   Any person, corporation, partnership, limited liability company or other business association who violates subsection A or B of this section, including an owner or occupant of property adjacent to any public right of way who authorizes, permits or allows to remain any condition which results in a violation of subsection A or B of this section shall be guilty of a class B misdemeanor, punishable as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. For purposes of this section, each day that a violation continues shall be considered a separate offense. (Ord. 2007-9, 4-19-2007)