Sec. 9-6.03.   Prohibitions.
   A.   No person owning, possessing, or in charge of any vessel, or property owner or manager where a vessel is attached, shall permit the vessel to be operated or located in violation of this Chapter.
   B.   All vessels are subject to all applicable provisions of this Chapter and to all other applicable provisions of county ordinances and state and federal law.
   C.   A floating home or floating structure is not allowed at any location in the County unless it meets all applicable zoning, building, health, sanitation, and other applicable provisions of this Chapter, and meets all applicable provisions of state and federal law.
   D.   Every vessel entering Yolo County waterways must be registered and numbered as provided by the laws of the state of California or any other state, or documented under the laws of the United States. All vessels must remain currently registered by the state of California or any other state, or documented by the United States while located in Yolo County waterways.
   E.   No person shall abandon or permit to be abandoned a vessel on any county highway or on other public property. A vessel is "abandoned" if it is left on a highway or on public property in such an inoperable or neglected condition that it may reasonably be concluded that the owner intends to relinquish all further rights or interests in it. In reaching a reasonable conclusion, one must consider the amount of time the vessel has not been moved, its condition, statements from the owner and witnesses, etc. 
(§ 3, Ord. 1476, eff. December 22, 2016, as amended by § 2, Ord. 1513, eff. October 24, 2019)