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It is unlawful and a public nuisance for any person to camp, establish, maintain, operate or occupy camp facilities, or use camp paraphernalia in the following areas:
(a) Any public property; or
(b) Any private property, provided, however, that this prohibition does not apply to:
(1) Overnight camping on private residential property by friends or family of the property owner or person in lawful possession of the property, so long as the owner or lawful occupant consents, overnight camping does not exceed all or part of fourteen days within any period of six consecutive months, and/or the camping does not create a public or private nuisance;
(2) Camping in mobile home parks and special occupancy parks; and
(3) Camping on public or private property in connection with events authorized or expressly provided for in a special event or temporary use permit issued by the city.
(Ord. 886 § 2 (part), 2009)