SEC. 16-333.  PARKING ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VISIBLE FROM PUBLIC STREETS.
   (A)   No person shall park or store a vehicle on any portion of residential property visible from a public street unless the vehicle is parked on a driveway.
   (B)   For purposes of this section, the following words and phrases shall mean:
      (1)   DRIVEWAY - A solid or continuous slab of concrete or asphalt a minimum of three inches thick and of dimensions capable of encompassing the exterior outline of any vehicle parked thereon; provided that access to such driveway is provided from a public right-of-way by an authorized curb cut or other approved means.
      (2)   RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VISIBLE FROM A PUBLIC STREET - All residential property which can be seen while standing in a public street and which is not behind six-foot high opaque fence.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-7)  (Ord. No. 1967, 2071)