§ 91.10  FIRES OR BARBECUES ON BALCONIES OR PATIOS.
   (A)   Fires prohibited. In any structure containing two or more vertically stacked residential units, a person must not kindle, maintain or cause any fire or open flame on any balcony above ground level, or on any ground floor patio immediately adjacent to or within 15 feet of the structure.
   (B)   Storage of fuel. A person must not store or use any fuel, barbecue, torch or other similar heating or lighting chemicals or devices in the locations designated in division (A) above.
   (C)   Exception. Listed electric or gas-fired barbecue grills that are permanently mounted and wired or plumbed to the building’s gas supply or electrical system and that maintain a minimum clearance of 18 inches on all sides, unless listed for lesser clearances, may be installed on balconies and patios when approved by the Fire Chief.
(2001 Code, § 917.15)  (Ord. 11-04, passed - -)