How About That BEACH Code LACC 17.12.260

17.12.260 Tents and other shelters—Permitted when.permanent link to this piece of content

Except as otherwise permitted by the Director with a license or otherwise, a person shall not erect, construct, build, create, maintain, use, or occupy on a beach any canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure unless such canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure shall be less than 10 feet by 10 feet and have two sides thereof entirely open, and unless there shall be an unobstructed view into such canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure from the outside thereof on at least two sides thereof. Under no circumstance shall any canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure be used as a dwelling place or for habitation, or be left overnight on any beach.

17.12.270 Tents and other shelters—Guy wires and supports.permanent link to this piece of content

A person shall not fasten or maintain any guy wire, guy rope, or exterior bracing or support of any canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure between it or any portion thereof, and any structure, stake, rock, or thing outside of such canopy, tent, lodge, shelter, or structure.

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17.12.250 Overnight sleeping and camping prohibited.permanent link to this piece of content

A.

Except as otherwise provided in this section, a person shall not camp on or use for overnight sleeping purposes any beach, or bring a house-trailer, camper, or similar vehicle onto any beach.

B.

A person may, upon issuance of an overnight parking permit by the Director, park and sleep overnight in a camper or similar recreational vehicle in the Dockweiler Beach Recreational Vehicle Park. The Director may, in the interest of public health and safety, place reasonable conditions on the issuance of overnight parking permits.

(Ord. 2012-0005 § 35, 2012: Ord. 84-0091 § 1, 1984: Ord. 12283 § 1, 1980: Ord. 10025 § 4, 1970: Ord. 9767 Art. 3 § 50, 1969.)

 

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