Residential Parking

In residential districts, no more than a total of four vehicles may be parked on a single lot outside of a building or accessory structure. A vehicle is defined as any self-propelled device in, or upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported. This includes but is not limited to cars, trucks, boats, trailers, snowmobiles, etc. A vehicle properly loaded on a trailer shall constitute a single vehicle. (Code Title 6-2-4C)

Parking Surfaces

All vehicles, including but not limited to cars, trucks, boats, trailers, snowmobiles, etc. must be parked on improved parking surfaces such as concrete, asphalt or brick pavers at all times if parked in front of the principle structure. If parked behind the front plane of the principle structure, class 5 or landscape rock is acceptable for an improved surface. (Code Title 11-3-9)

Class I Commercial Vehicle Parking

Commercial vehicle parking is restricted in residential areas. No Class l commercial vehicle may be parked in a residential district except while loading, or rendering a service. (Code Title 6-2-4)

A Class l commercial vehicle is defined as a vehicle exceeding an axle weights of five tons, or any of the following types of vehicles, regardless of axle weight:

  • Cattle trucks
  • Dump trucks
  • Earthmoving equipment
  • Flatbed trucks
  • Garbage trucks
  • School buses
  • Semitrailers
  • Tank trucks
  • Tow trucks
  • The tractor portion of semi-trucks
  • Trucks carrying or designed to carry explosive or flammable materials
  • Well drilling equipment

Class II Commercial Vehicles

Parking of Class II commercial vehicles in residential districts is restricted. No more than one Class II commercial vehicle may be parked or stored on a property located in a residential district. Class ll commercial vehicles include all commercial vehicles other than Class l commercial vehicles including pickup trucks, vans, trailers, and recreational vehicles that are used for commercial purposes. (Code Title 6-2-4)

Licensed & Operatable

All vehicles must be properly licensed and operable. (Code Title 6-2-4)