The Town of Redington Beach, in order to promote, protect, and improve the health, safety, and welfare of the Town’s citizens, residents, and visitors has enacted a Code of Ordinances. The full Code is available in hard copy for review at Town Hall.
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Frequently asked code provisions:
*21-33 Resident-only parking areas
(a) Designated areas.
(1) 160th Avenue Town Park area. The town commission shall establish a vehicle parking area to be located at the 160th Avenue Town Park area, which vehicle parking area shall be designated by proper signs for use of resident of the town only.
(2) 155th Avenue—164th Avenue area. It shall be unlawful for motor vehicles to park on the pavement or right-of-way on any street or avenue between 155th Avenue north to 164th Avenue and between Gulf Boulevard and First Street, unless the vehicle displays a valid resident parking permit. This area shall be designated by proper signs for use of residents of the town only.
(3) 161st Avenue. It shall be unlawful for motor vehicles to park on the pavement or right-of-way on 161st Avenue between Gulf Boulevard and 2nd Street East, regardless of whether a resident parking permit is displayed. This area shall be designated by proper signs indicating that parking is prohibited at all times.
(1) Residents of the town shall be permitted to park motor vehicles in a parking area designated by this section only when displaying a current resident permit appropriately displayed on the motor vehicle. The permit shall be furnished by the town clerk upon proof of residency and vehicle registration.
The following conduct or conditions are declared to be public nuisances:
(1) Weeds, vines, bushes, grass, thistles or other plant material upon any occupied or vacant residential or commercial land within the town, including adjacent rights-of-way in a manner, which create foul odors, includes nuisance exotic plants prohibited by law, create a fire hazard, impedes use of sidewalks, prevents access to water, gas or electric meters, harbor or allow for the propagation of rodents or mosquitos, creates a substantial visual obstruction for persons operating vehicles or bicycles on roads or bicycle lanes or which allows grass or other ground cover to grow higher than 12 inches.
(2) Buildings or structures which are left in a structurally dangerous, unsafe, dilapidated or unsanitary condition and for which reconstruction, renovation, restoration or demolition has not been performed in conformity with applicable laws and regulations.
(3) Standing or stagnant water, including sewage and stormwater, which has accumulated upon the surface of the ground or upon or within any receptacle or structure existing either above or below the ground, which creates noxious odors visually obscures pedestrian or vehicular traffic, or allows the propagation of mosquitoes therein.
(4) Privately-owned sidewalks, footways, or other paved areas commonly used or expected to be used by members of the public including invitees, emergency responders, mail and parcel delivery personnel, utility workers, or other persons with a lawful right to traverse same, where same are not in a state of good repair such that a safety hazard exists.
(6) Motor vehicles (including motorcycles) parked, kept or stored in the street, right-of-way, or on private land which is not in mechanical operating condition for immediate locomotion under its own power, or which are not currently licensed and registered as required by state law.
(6) Boats, trailers, or parts thereof, parked, kept or stored in the street, right-of-way, or on private land which are not in seaworthy or otherwise in safe operating order, or which are not currently licensed and registered as required by state law.
(7) Building materials, construction debris, carpets, furniture, household appliances, lawn furniture, garbage or rubbish which has accumulated on any private land, including any adjoining right-of-way or street, other than those materials lawfully placed at designated locations to be retrieved and removed by waste or recycle services for proper disposal.
Section 21-46 PARKING OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
(a) Recreational vehicles and trailers parking restrictions. It shall be unlawful for any person to place or park any recreational vehicle and equipment upon any residentially zoned lot, piece or parcel of land in the town, or upon any right-of-way or easement within the residentially zoned areas of the town, except that one recreational vehicle and equipment may be temporarily placed upon the driveway of its owner for the sole purpose of loading, unloading or repairing such recreational vehicle and equipment, which shall be allowed to remain in place upon such property only for a period of time as is reasonably necessary to perform the loading, unloading or repair; provided, however, that the time for the loading, unloading or repair of the recreational vehicle and equipment shall not in any event exceed four days, whether consecutive or not, within any 20-day timeframe. For purposes of enforcement of this section, the mere moving of the recreational vehicle and equipment during a day shall not reinitiate the computation of a 24-hour period.
(b) Such recreational vehicle and equipment, when allowed as provided in this section to be temporarily placed upon the owner's property, shall be maintained in a neat, clean and presentable manner, and the area beneath the equipment shall be kept in a neat condition, and no accumulation of trash shall be allowed under, near or around the recreational equipment.
(c) Notwithstanding the provisions contained in subsection (a) of this section, the residents of the town may obtain from the town clerk recreational equipment parking permits for the use of such recreational equipment in excess of four days. These temporary parking permits for recreational equipment shall be issued by the town clerk. The permit for the named person shall not exceed 14 consecutive days in any 12-month period, and the permit shall be displayed so as to be seen from the street.
Section 21-47 BOATS AND BOAT TRAILERS
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to place or park, or allow to be placed or parked, more than one boat or one boat trailer, or any combination thereof, upon any residentially zoned lot, piece or parcel of land in the town. Placing or parking boats or boat trailers upon any right-of-way or easement within the town is expressly prohibited.
Section 21-49 COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES
(b) Parking/storing prohibited. No person or persons, firm, corporation or agent thereof shall cause or permit a commercial motor vehicle to be stored, maintained, or parked on any private property in any zoning districts in the town unless said commercial motor vehicle is owned by the owner of such private property, and is stored, maintained and parked at all times completely within an enclosed garage such that it cannot be viewed from the public road, rights-of-way, or from neighboring private properties.
Section 16-26 to 16-31 Garage Sales
In addition to the two (2) Town-wide garage sales held each year, each residence is permitted two (2) garage sales during any rolling 12-month period. A permit is required and may be obtained at Town Hall.
Section 6-281 to 6-287 Fences, walls and hedges
This section of code is complicated. Please read carefully and direct all questions to the Town's Building Department, Safebuilt, at 727-202-6825.
Section 6-3 Construction Debris
It shall be unlawful for any person to permit debris, residue, tools, dumpsters and equipment resulting from or used during the construction of or improvement to any edifice, building or structure or any part thereof to remain on the subject property or any adjoining or adjacent properties, lots, alley, streets or thoroughfares for more than 30 days after completion, or cessation for more than 30 consecutive days, of such work, and the responsibility for removal thereof is hereby fixed upon the person in whose name the requested and required permit was issued. It shall further be unlawful for any edifice, building or structure, once begun, to remain incomplete, unfinished or abandoned by the owner or builder of such construction for more than 60 days when no further construction has taken place and no request for change, alteration or variance has been received by or is pending with the building department, and such property will be required to have any and all existing construction removed to grade at the owner's cost within ten days of official notification. At all times during construction, a debris container shall be kept at or on the construction site; all areas of construction shall be kept in a clean, neat and orderly condition during all phases of construction and until construction is completed and the site cleaned and returned to its pre-construction condition.
Promoting the HEALTH, HAPPINESS, SAFETY & WELFARE of the Town Residents