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Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

(h) Parking on Developed

(h) Parking on Developed Property. No vehicle may be parked in the front, side or rear yard of any developed property zoned for residential purposes, except in those areas designated as parking strips, drives or paved areas on the plot plan of the approved building plans and specifications for such property. (i) Parking on Vacant Land or ROW. No vehicle shall be kept or parked on vacant land zoned for residential purposes or on a public right-of-way in the special Residential Overlay District between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Within a thirty day period, a residence may have a single vehicle, other than a vehicle for human habitation, kept or parked off the paved road but within the public right-of-way on up to two occasions between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., upon notification to the Punta Gorda Police Department, identifying the residence by address and the vehicle by license number and description. Keeping or parking a single vehicle, other than a vehicle for human habitation, off the paved road but within the public right-of-way between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., beyond the two occasions provided for above, but limited to a cumulative period not exceeding seven occasions within a thirty day period, shall require a permit issued by the City, the fee for which shall be set by resolution of the City Council. The permit shall be affixed in a conspicuous place on the street side of said vehicle. Residents or visiting non-residents may obtain a parking permit by filing an application at the City Code Compliance Division or, on evenings, weekends and holidays, by calling the Punta Gorda Police Department, identifying the residence by address and the vehicle by license number and description. No vehicle shall encroach upon or block a public sidewalk or paved roadway. (j) Parking of Camping Trailers, etc. A residence may have a single vehicle for human habitation kept or parked on the premises, on the paved driveway within the front yard, or within the public right-of-way off the paved roadway between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm. No vehicle for human habitation shall be parked in a manner such that the vehicle encroaches upon or blocks a public sidewalk or paved roadway. No vehicle for human habitation, except vans 19 feet or less in length shall be kept or parked on a premises or within a public right-of-way between the hours of 7:00 pm and 7:00 am, unless parked entirely within the confines of a garage or carport, or upon obtaining a no-charge permit from the City. (1) Upon obtaining a permit the vehicle may be parked on the driveway of any premises for a cumulative period not exceeding 7 nights in a 30-day period, with a “night” meaning from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. The permit shall be affixed to the vehicle in a conspicuous place on the street side thereof. Residents or visiting non-residents may obtain a parking permit by filing an application at the City Code Compliance Division or, on weekends or evenings, by calling the Police Department and identifying the vehicle by license number and giving the description of the vehicle and location thereof. (k) Advertising on Vehicles. The parking of passenger cars and pickup trucks used primarily as vehicles for private transportation with commercial advertising signs thereon in residential areas outside the confines of a garage or carport is permitted providing that such signs do not exceed an overall dimension of 8 inches by 16 inches if permanently affixed. If larger, such sign must be removed [i.e., magnetic, snap-on, etc.] if vehicle is parked outdoors between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. (l) Storage of Vehicles and Watercraft. Except as otherwise provided herein, it shall be unlawful for any person to park, store, keep, maintain, or permit to be 26-28

parked, stored, kept or maintained on the property of a single or multiple family residence, or on a vacant lot in a residential area, any watercraft, boat or empty boat trailer. Any watercraft, boat, empty boat trailer, or a boat and/or watercraft on a trailer may be parked entirely within the confines of a garage or carport, or as permitted below: (1) Watercraft may be stored entirely on the dock, but not the seawall, of the premises. (2) Watercraft may be stored on a lift or davits, or in the water. (3) Small watercraft such as kayaks or canoes may be placed on a roof rack on a vehicle parked in the driveway overnight; however, watercraft may not be left on the vehicles for more than two (2) consecutive days. (4) A residence may have a single watercraft kept or parked on the premises, on the paved driveway, or within the public right-of-way off of the paved roadway between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. (5) No watercraft shall be kept or parked on the premises, nor within a public right-of-way between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., unless parked entirely within the confines of a garage or carport, or upon obtaining a permit without charge from the City. Upon obtaining a permit the watercraft may be parked on the driveway of any premises or in the right-of-way, off of the paved roadway for up to two nights (7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.) on no more than four (4) occasions per calendar year. The issued permit shall specify the date and time that the permit will expire. Permits may not be combined to allow a watercraft to remain on the driveway of any premises or in the right-of-way for more than two consecutive days. Upon the expiration, the watercraft must be removed from the property and right-of-way. No new permit shall be issued sooner than two days from the expiration of a prior permit. The permit shall be affixed to the watercraft in a conspicuous place on the street side thereof. No vehicle shall encroach upon or block a public sidewalk or paved roadway. Residents or visiting non-residents may obtain a parking permit by phone or by the internet from the City Code Compliance Division, or on weekends or evenings, by calling the Police Department and providing a description of the watercraft and location thereof. If the Police find a resident or visitor in violation of this ordinance, they shall forward a report to the Code Compliance Division for follow-up on the next regular work day. The Code Compliance Division shall then make contact with the resident and inform them of the regulations. The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to vehicles parked on the premises of churches, clinics, schools, public libraries, public buildings, public and club swimming pools, private clubs, golf courses, utilities, and parks and recreational areas, while the persons transported thereby are attending or participating in activities or being treated or served on those premises, nor to business trucks or trailers permitted to be parked at any time in a space prepared or designated on said premises, if such vehicles are used or operated by or for the operation of the places or institutions designated, except that such vehicles cannot be used primarily for personal transportation. (m) Fences, Walls and Hedges. No solid boundary wall shall be permitted. Hedges shall be permitted to heights as provided in Chapter 26, Article 8, Section 8.5 of this Code. Fences shall be allowed to a height of four feet in side and rear yards of any developed property but shall not be allowed in any front yard. Front yards extend from the architectural front of a building, on each front corner, to the fronting street or R-O-W. Fence material in side and rear yards shall be either vinyl coated chain link (uncoated chain link or slats installed in chain link 26-29

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    Council. This direction shall in no

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    is contingent upon those amendments

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    welfare. {Ord. No. 1422-05, 1, 10/

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    6. Hedges in rear yards of properti

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    disposal shall be provided and shal

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    esidential property of the owner of

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    development shall be retained or st

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    {Ord. No. 1424-05, 1-3, 10/05/05;

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    The City Council may grant one exte

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    (c) Yard sale signage is permitted

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    designated outdoor area; the bounda

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    fails to maintain any required stat

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    Exhibit 9-A. A B C A. Existing exam

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    Hybrid Bicycle Lane (b) Cul-de-sacs

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    Boulevards are urban in character a

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    MAIN STREET Main streets are urban

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    LOCAL STREET Local streets are pede

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    LANE Lanes are narrow, short, priva

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    ARTICLE 10 PARKING AND LOADING Sect

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    (5) Motorcycle/Scooter spaces shall

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    Section 10.4. Off-Site Parking Area

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    (b) Institutional/Medical/Governmen

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    Section 10.11. Valet Parking Valet

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    ARTICLE 11 SIGN STANDARDS Section 1

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    Section 11.3. Permitted Signs The f

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    (4) Such signs may contain logos or

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    shall not be legible from a public

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    (7) Construction of the development

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    (7) All portable signs must be main

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    sign. d. The Urban Design Manager m

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    ordinances of the City, any sign ma

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    Section 11.10. Variances The City C

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    property may be submitted only if s

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    Section 12.1. Purpose ARTICLE 12 LA

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    (n) The use of artificial turf may

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    Section 12.4. Types of Landscaping

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    Multi-Family 15’ 10’ 0 0 0 0 Of

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    proposed for watering and maintaini

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    (13) Winged Yam (14) Air Potato (15

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    landscape, or tree save areas. Sect

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    (6) Pittosporum * (7) Plumbago * (8

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    (j) Temporary promotional signage t

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    (3) A temporary tent may be used in

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    these review standards are to serve

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    (c) To minimize the need for rescue

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    certified by same. When flood-proof

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    (c) Approval Factors. In passing ap

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    ase flood elevation. Methods of anc

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    water and with structural component

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    (k) Any alteration, repair, reconst

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    indeterminate and where velocity fl

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    Floodway fringe means that area of

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    (d) Designed primarily not for use

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    Section 15.1. City Council ARTICLE

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    (e) Quorum and Vote Required. A quo

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    ARTICLE 16 APPLICATION REVIEW AND A

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    (b) Record of Administrative Decisi

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    (3) Complete materials list (4) Pho

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    home will use 190 gallons per day o

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    equired by code. In the case where

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    a level of service as follows: 1. E

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    conformity in all respects to the p

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    d. On-site parking and loading area

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    uildings and unit numbers within bu

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    . A minimum ten-foot separation sha

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    process. A concurrent review of the

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    (k) Approval Criteria for Requests

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    during minor construction or renova

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    Owners of lands or structures or th

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    ut not limited to reasonable time l

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    public hearing by the Planning Comm

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    (c) Less intense Non-Conforming Use

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    activity that has for a period of a

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    (i) To violate the terms of any per

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    (b) Stop Work/Use. Whenever a build

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    Section 19.3. Definitions (a) For p

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    (15) AUTO DEPENDENT DESIGN [see als

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    (32) BUILDING LINE The line formed

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    (50) CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AREA An

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    impervious cover on a land area or

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    electrical, natural, gas, and water

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    appearance through architectural el

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    for sidewalks], gravel, rooftops of

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    emitted above the fixture or below

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    the lease, rental or sale of boat d

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    entertainment is conducted as a pri

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    (176) PARCEL See lot (177) PARK Lan

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    (197) PROMENADE See esplanade (198)

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    of seats for customers indoors and

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    (224) SIGHT DISTANCE TRIANGLE The t

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    (242) SUSTAINABLE Having the abilit

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    y the City Council in accordance wi

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