City of Cape Coral
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CITY OF CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
ARTICLE 6 – PARKING

CHAPTER 2. TRUCK AND VEHICLE PARKING
Section 6.2.1 Parking regulations for residential zoning districts.

D. No vehicle for human habitation shall be kept or parked on premises zoned for residential purposes or on adjoining public rights-of-way, except when parked entirely within the confines of a garage or carport or in accordance with the following:

1. Non-resident. Vehicles for human habitation when used for transportation of visitors to this city to visit friends or members of the visitors' family residing in this city may, upon obtaining a permit (for which a charge shall not be made) from the Police Department, be parked upon the premises of the visited family for a period not exceeding ten days. The permit shall be affixed to the vehicle in a conspicuous place on the street side thereof. The City may, for good cause shown, authorize the issuance of a second consecutive free permit not to exceed ten days. An additional permit for the parking of such vehicle will not be issued until after the expiration of 15 days after termination of the last prior permit. For purposes of this section, a person who owns or leases property in the City of Cape Coral shall not be deemed to be a "non-resident" when he or she parks a vehicle for human habitation on property that he or she owns or leases even if such person does not "reside" on the subject property.

2. Resident. When a vehicle for human habitation is owned or leased by the person who also owns or leases the residential property on which such vehicle is to be parked, such vehicle for human habitation may be parked upon the premises of the resident for a period not exceeding 72 hours for loading and cleaning provided that a permit is first obtained from the City. A vehicle for human habitation may be parked upon the premises of the resident for unloading after a trip for a period of 72 hours provided that a permit is first obtained from the City. There shall be a minimum of a 48-hour interval between the expiration of one permit and the issuance of another. The permit for each such period shall be affixed to the vehicle in a conspicuous place on the street side thereof. The city shall not charge a fee for the permits to park a vehicle for human habitation upon the premises of the resident as required by this section.

Section 6.2.6 Boats and boat trailers.

D. When a boat is owned or leased by the person who also owns or leases the residential property on which such vehicle is to be parked, such boat may be parked upon the premises of the resident for a period not exceeding 72 hours for loading and cleaning provided that a permit is first obtained from the City. A boat may be parked upon the premises of the resident for unloading after a trip for a period of 72 hours provided that a permit is first obtained from the City. There shall be a minimum of a 48-hour interval between the expiration of one permit and the issuance of another. The permit for each such period shall be affixed to the boat in a conspicuous place on the street side thereof. The city shall not charge a fee for the permits to park a boat upon the premises of the resident as required by this section.


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