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Zoning Ord. 1018, Chapter 5, Section B-10 regarding storage, states that recreational vehicles cannot be stored in the actual front yard or actual corner side yard. Travel trailers must be stored on the driveway or widening; other recreational vehicles (multi-item trailers) can be stored on a non-paved surface so long as the yard is not torn up and ruts are created. Recreational vehicles must be stored a minimum of three feet (3’) from any building and five feet (5’) from any lot line. If the vehicle is less than five feet (5’) in height, it may be parked up to one foot (1’) from the property line.
The International Swimming Pool Code, Section 305 states that any in-ground pool or any above ground pool with less than 48 inches in height (as measured from the lowest ground level point to the top of the pool wall) must be enclosed with a fence or wall with no openings/breaks, except for self-closing, self-latching gates. Pools greater than 48 inches in height may use a retractable ladder instead of a fence or wall. All pools that are a minimum of 250 square feet in area or have a depth capacity of 24 inches or greater require a building permit. Pools that don’t require a building permit are still required to comply with all zoning and safety codes.