This information is written only as a guide; it is not intended nor shall it be considered a complete set of requirements. Visit the Snow and Ice Control page for Winter Parking information:

General

  • Semi trailers and truck tractors may be in residential districts only for the purpose of loading or unloading.
  • Semi trailers and tractors shall not be stored on residential properties.
  • Detached trailers may be parked in the street for no longer than 24 hours.
  • GVW over 9,000 pounds may be parked in the street for no longer than 6 hours.
  • Passenger vehicles for sale may be parked in the driveway.

Off-Street Residential

  • Passenger vehicles (cars, trucks, vans, etc.) stored in residential areas are required to be currently licensed and operable.
  • We encourage passenger vehicles to be parked in the driveway or garage, alongside the home (behind the front line of the home), or in the rear yard.

Recreational Vehicles

  • Recreational vehicles (motor homes, utility trailers, boats, snowmobiles, ATV’s, etc.) stored in residential areas are required to be currently licensed and operable.
  • We encourage recreational vehicles to be parked in the driveway or garage, alongside the home (behind the front line of the home), or in the rear yard.
  • If you choose to park a recreational camping vehicle in the driveway, the vehicle shall be parked at least 15 feet back from the curbline at the bottom of the driveway.
  • Recreational camping vehicles shall not be used for living or sleeping quarters unless parked on a property zoned for camping.
  • Recreational camping vehicles shall not be parked on a street or right-of-way longer than 24 hours (generally for loading or unloading).

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