§ 115.291  PARKING OUTSIDE A RECREATIONAL VEHICLE COMMUNITY; PERMIT AND FEE.
   (A)   No trailer coach shall be parked, used, or occupied on any tract of ground within Louisville Metro, except as provided in this subchapter.
   (B)   No person shall park, use, or occupy any trailer coach on the premises of any occupied or unoccupied dwelling unless the same complies with the requirements of the Land Development Code, and if in compliance with the Land Development Code, only for a period not to exceed seven days on the premises of any occupied dwelling, or up to 24 hours on any lot of any unoccupied dwelling or undeveloped lot.
   (C)   A permit for a trailer used for business purposes shall be obtained by the owner, his or her legal agent, or the lessee of the property for the location outside of a recreational vehicle community from the Department. The permit when issued shall be for a period of 90 days, and at a fee of $50. The trailer occupant may procure the permit on the written consent of the property owner, his or her legal agent, or lessee.
   (D)   Application for the permit shall contain the legal mailing address of the dwelling; the name of the occupant of the dwelling and his or her permission to locate; a statement of the location and availability of sanitary facilities; and a statement that all waste water from trailer coaches shall be emptied into a proper sewer connected fixture.  The application shall also contain a statement from the zoning officer of Metro Government verifying that the proposed location on the application meets zoning requirements.
   (E)   Application for a permit to locate on a vacant lot shall contain the legal mailing address, with the name and approximate distance from the nearest intersection; a statement that all waste water from the trailer shall be emptied into a proper sewer connected fixture; and a statement as to location and availability of sanitary facilities. The application shall also contain a statement from the zoning officer of Metro Government as to the acceptance of the location with regards to the zoning code.
   (F)   When sanitary sewer service is not available, the applicant must:
      (1)   Document an approved source of potable water and sufficient storage capacity;
      (2)   Maintain a holding facility;
      (3)   Have a contract with a septic hauler permitted by the state; and
      (4)   Provide proof of the hauling of septic waste upon request.
   (G)   Permits may be renewed for an additional 90 days with payment of the permit fee and supporting documentation as noted above.  Additional renewal periods beyond 180 days, must be requested in writing and approved by the Director or a designee of the Director.
(1999 Lou. Code, § 111.591)  (Lou. Ord. No. 27-1961, approved 1-25-1961; Lou. Am. Ord. No. 163-1998, approved 8-4-1998, effective 12-1-1998; Lou. Metro Am. Ord. No. 229-2007, approved 10-30-2007)  Penalty, see § 115.999