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(a) No person shall have an outdoor fire in an area abutting the public right-of-way unless such fire is being utilized to cook food for human consumption, the fire is in an approved container and is located at least fifteen feet from the public right-of-way. “Approved” shall have the same meaning as stated in the Ohio Fire Code.
This subsection shall not apply to outdoor fires being utilized to cook food for human consumption in an approved container on any date and street for which a permit for a block party has been issued by the Director of Public Works.
(b) No person, tenant or leaseholder shall store any portable or outdoor grill or associated fuel, or kindle in any multi-family dwelling unit or on or below any balcony constructed in conjunction therewith, or within ten feet of any structure housing more than three families.
(Ord. 64-07. Passed 10-1-2007.)