§ 91.04  FIRE LANES AND HYDRANTS.
   (A)   Accessibility. All retail establishments which a fire department may be called upon to protect, in case of fires, that are not readily accessible from public roads shall be provided with fire lanes so that all buildings on the premises are accessible to fire and public safety apparatus.
   (B)   Application. Fire lanes shall be provided for all retail establishments which are set back more than 150 feet from a public road, or exceed 30 feet in height and are set back more than 50 feet from a public road.
   (C)   Distances. Fire lanes shall be at least 20 feet in width with the road edge closest to the building, and at least ten feet from the building. Any fire lane more than 300 feet long shall be provided with a turn-around at the closest end at least 90 feet in diameter.
   (D)   Maintaining of fire lanes. It shall be unlawful for any person to park motor vehicles on or otherwise obstruct any fire lane.
   (E)   Obstruction of fire hydrants. It shall be unlawful for any person to park motor vehicles to obstruct use of any fire hydrant.
   (F)   Enforcement officials. The enforcement of this section shall be by the Police Department, the Fire Chief or designated deputy and the Board of Public Health by the Health Enforcement Officer.
   (G)   Enforcement of provisions. New Haven- Adams Township Fire Department shall be charged with the duty of enforcing the terms and conditions of this section.
(Prior Code, § 91.05)  (Ord. G-11-02, passed 9-13-2011)  Penalty, see § 91.99