Sec. 5-1405. - Storage, maintenance and/or parking of trucks, boats and/or recreational vehicles.
A. Parking and/or storage of boats, mounted or un-mounted, boat trailers, recreational vehicles, camping trailers, converted and chopped vans, full-tent trailers, mini-motor homes, motor homes, motorized homes, pickup campers and travel trailers may be permitted by administrative variance accordance with the following:
1. Within an enclosed building or structure having been erected in compliance with the provisions of the Florida Building Code and applicable zoning regulations.
2. On paved material on any lot or parcel of property within a single-family residential zone subject to the following:
3. Not closer than two (2) feet to any lot line, except however, that in the case of a corner lot, parking of any of the above-listed vehicles within the setbacks of the side yard which fronts on the right-of-way shall be subject to the same landscaping requirements as outlined in subsection C. of this section.
4. In the case of a corner lot, parking of any of the above-listed vehicles within the setbacks of the side yard which fronts on the right-of-way shall be in accordance with subsection C. of this section.
5. Only one (1) boat, boat trailer and one (1) travel trailer, motor coach, converted and chopped van, motor home or recreational vehicle shall be permitted provided they are lawfully registered to occupants of the residence; or in the case of a vacant parcel or lot, the owner of the property.
B. If in the opinion of the community planning and development department, the side or rear yard is not accessible, such storage may be permitted in the front yard but not closer than ten (10) feet from the front lot line. The paved area, except for access thereto, reserved for storage shall have placed upon the periphery thereof, where visible from an alley, street or highway, a hedge or landscaping to aesthetically screen a recreation vehicle from public view, which said screening and landscaping plan shall be as approved by the community planning and development department. Such landscaping shall be thirty-six (36) inches at the time of planting, two (2) feet on center, so that it appears as a solid continuous screen.
C. Existing areas reserved for storage of recreational vehicles where no such screening exists along the boundaries thereof shall within ninety (90) days from the effective date of this ordinance provide such screening as heretofore required.
1. In a legally marked and designated parking stall in any area zoned for multifamily development with the approval of the owner or owners.
2. A recreational vehicle may be stored or parked in a lot or parcel of property in a single-family residential zone without regard to subsections B., C. and D. of this section for the sole express purpose of loading or unloading, not in excess of a twenty-four-hour period.