§ 50.04  RESIDENTIAL TRASH, RUBBISH OR GARBAGE, AND RECYCLABLE AND/OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COLLECTION.
   (A)   Storage of containers. Except for multi-family dwellings, all trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection containers shall be stored no closer to the street than the front building line of the principal dwelling.
   (B)   Container must close. Except for multi-family dwellings, all trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection containers must remain closed, with a tight fitting lid at all times. There shall be no contents of any trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection container visible due to an open or unsecured lid. No trash rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials shall be placed or stored outside of an approved container.
   (C)   Container location for curb-side pickup. Except for multi-family dwellings, trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection containers waiting to be picked up by curb-side service shall be placed immediately adjacent to the street side of the curb.
   (D)   Container curb-side pickup location timeframe. Except for multi-family dwellings, trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection containers shall be set out after 6:00 p.m. on the day preceding regular collection and shall be removed from the curb by 6:00 p.m. on the day of collection. All other times all trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection containers must be stored as required in division (A) above.
   (E)   Trash, rubbish or garbage, and recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection areas for multi-family dwellings.
      (1)   Trash, rubbish or garbage, including recyclable and/or hazardous materials collection areas which generate noise and/or odors shall not be located in front of a principal residential building.
      (2)   Garbage and recycling containers must be fully enclosed via a solid six-foot wall or fence and view obstructing gate and located on a concrete surface. The enclosure shall be softened with landscaping on any side visible from a public or private street. The enclosure shall be located inside parking courts or at the end of parking bays. Locations shall be conveniently accessible for collection and maintenance and shall not block access drives during collection operations.
(Ord. 628-16, passed 6-22-2016)  Penalty, see § 10.99