§ 194.022  GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR ALL URBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS.
   (A)   Dismantling, repairing, restoring or performing any work on any motor vehicle, machine, motor or similar device in an urban residential district. Notwithstanding any provision in this chapter to the contrary, no person shall dismantle, repair, restore or otherwise perform any work on any motor vehicle, machine, motor or similar device not owned or leased by that person or a member of that person’s family, on any real estate zoned as an urban residential district. In addition, any work performed shall be:
      (1)   Incidental to a permitted use;
      (2)   Completely within an accessory building or garage; or
      (3)   Completely within an area wholly enclosed from the view of surrounding lots and rights-of-way by a solid structural barrier (either a wall or fence of ornamental stone, brick, wood or a combination thereof), with a maximum height above grade of not less than six feet, nor greater than eight feet.
   (B)   Storing, maintaining or keeping a motor vehicle, machine, motor or similar device in an urban residential district. Notwithstanding any provision in this chapter to the contrary, no motor vehicle, machine, motor or similar device from which any part material to the operation of the vehicles has been removed, or which is inoperable for any reason, shall be stored, maintained or kept on any property in an urban residential district unless such device is:
      (1)   Owned or leased by the resident of the property on which it is stored or by a member of that person’s family; and
      (2)   Completely within an accessory building or garage.
   (C)   Parking, storing, maintaining or keeping a commercial motor vehicle or trailer in an urban residential district. Commercial motor vehicles that are in the course of making normal and reasonable service calls are exempt from this provision. Notwithstanding any provision in this chapter to the contrary, no commercial motor vehicle or trailer shall be parked, stored, maintained or kept on any property in an urban residential district unless the vehicle:
      (1)   Has a maximum load capacity of three-quarters of a ton or less;
      (2)   Serves as the sole vehicular transportation of a resident of the property upon which it is parked, stored, maintained or kept; and
      (3)   Such vehicle is stored within an accessory building or garage which complies with all the standards and regulations of this chapter.
   (D)   Parking, storing, maintaining or keeping of any recreational vehicle in an urban residential district. Notwithstanding any provision in this chapter to the contrary, no recreational vehicle shall be parked, stored, maintained or kept on any property in an urban residential district unless in compliance with the following:
      (1)   Recreational vehicles may be parked or stored;
      (2)   Inside an accessory building or garage; or
      (3)   Outside in such a manner that no part of any such recreational vehicle shall project into any required side or rear yard or in the front yard of the lot other than on the hard-surfaced area of the driveway or interior access drive.
   (E)   Number limit. Not more than two recreational vehicles shall be permitted to be parked or stored in the open on the same lot at any one time.
   (F)   Occupation. Parked or stored recreational vehicles shall not be occupied or used for living, sleeping or housekeeping purposes in any urban residential district.
(Ord. 2000-16, passed 8-28-2000, § 1.22)  Penalty, see § 194.999