(A)   All residential dwellings shall have one paved driveway, with a minimum width, at all points, of 15 feet, that shall run from the street curb to a point that is no more than five feet from the front setback line. An area along and adjacent to the edge of a paved driveway, closest to the nearest side lot line, may be used for additional parking. The entire additional area shall be improved and maintained either with #53 stone compacted to a minimum depth of four inches and level with the surface of the paved driveway, or be paved. The driveway width where it intersects with a sidewalk, or if there is no sidewalk, where it intersects with the front lot line, shall not exceed 22 feet. All areas between the sidewalk, or if there is no sidewalk, the front lot line, and the street curb shall be paved. PAVED, for purposes of this section, means concrete or asphalt.
   (B)   All residential driveways shall be paved with concrete or improved with compacted aggregate base, and surfaced with an asphaltic pavement, to adequately provide a durable and dust-free surface.
   (C)   All residential driveways shall be privately maintained (not by governmental agencies) in good condition and free of weeds, dirt, trash and debris.
   (D)   No fence, wall, hedge, tree, shrub or other sign obstruction shall be located so as to materially impede the view of any street, highway or railroad intersection with a residential driveway.
   (E)   Only one driveway shall be permitted for each single-family dwelling, mobile home or manufactured home with a maximum width not to exceed 20 feet at the point of intersection with the street right-of-way line.
(2004 Code, § 7-1504) (Ord. 2064, passed 9-18-2007)