[R.O. 2003 §640.010; Ord. No. 497, 9-3-1992]
The following definitions shall apply to this Chapter:
- GARAGE SALE
- A sale upon the premises of an occupied residence or a church building or within any dwelling, garage, accessory building, or any other building of an occupied residence, including but not limited to sales conducted in a basement, patio or yard.
- Any property capable of being the object of a sale regulated hereunder.
- Any person, firm, partnership, association, organization or corporation of any kind.
[R.O. 2003 §640.020; Ord. No. 497, 9-3-1992]
No garage sale shall be held or scheduled for more than four (4) consecutive calendar days. No person shall conduct a garage sale more than three (3) times in any one (1) calendar year; nor shall any person hold a garage sale more than three (3) times in any one (1) calendar year on the same premises.
[R.O. 2003 §640.030; Ord. No. 497, 9-3-1992]
No goods offered for sale at a garage sale shall be displayed for sale on any public street or right-of-way.
[R.O. 2003 §640.040; Ord. No. 497, 9-3-1992]
It shall be unlawful for any person to sell goods at a garage sale that have been purchased for resale; or to sell goods accepted or taken in for sale from any commercial business or enterprise on a consignment basis, or to sell goods not accumulated in ordinary dwelling usage.
[R.O. 2003 §640.050; Ord. No. 497, 9-3-1992]
It shall be unlawful for any person to place any sign advertising a garage sale upon or in any street right-of-way or upon or in any public property including street signs and posts and traffic signs and posts or upon any public utility pole. Any sign properly placed on private property where permission has been granted by the owner of such private property to advertise such garage sale and otherwise meeting all provisions of Chapter 420, Signs, shall be removed on or before the last day of such sale. The person responsible for conducting any garage sale shall be responsible for removing any such sign.