Property owners and tenants are responsible for keeping their property free of illegal outside storage items.
Illegal outside storage items include and are not limited to the accumulation of household furniture, trash, building materials, car parts, merchandise for sale, inventory or supplies for a business, etc.
Playground equipment, children’s toys and barbecue grills may be stored on the side or rear yard.
All items except for patio furniture must be stored within an enclosed building or removed.
If minor in nature and customary for primary use, those items would not be considered in violation.
In residential districts, the parking of any oversized or commercial vehicle from the following list is prohibited:
Vehicles with three axles or more, buses, truck tractors, tow trucks, ones with rated capacity in excess of one and one-half (1 ½) tons, cargo or bobtail truck with more than 720 cubic feet capacity, or vehicles more than 20 feet in length, 8 feet in width, and 10 feet in height.
Exception: The vehicle is not parked in the front yard and is screened by a solid 6-foot high fence or wall.