Where can I park my boat and utility trailer?
No recreational vehicle shall be allowed to park in the front of the principal structure in a district zoned for residential purposes. It must be parked to the side or rear of the home and on a treated surface.

If the property is located on a corner lot, no parking of the vehicle may occur within 20 feet of the rear side that abuts a public street.

For more information, view Zoning Ordinance 716.09 B (PDF)

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1. Can I park my car on the grass or dirt?
2. Where can I park my boat and utility trailer?
3. My car is located outside, and I can’t afford to repair it right now. Do I have to store it indoors?
4. There are too many cars parked at my neighbors’ house. Can you make them get rid of some of them?
5. My neighbor has a junk car that I can see from my back deck in their back yard, though it isn't visible from the street or front yard; can you address this?
6. The license plate on my neighbor’s car has expired. Why don’t you make them get rid of it.