City News and Updates

New Oversized Parking Ordinance in Effect

In response to an increase in complaints regarding the parking of oversized vehicles on public streets in the City, officials have introduced a new Ordinance that is aimed at reducing the time an oversized vehicle can park on public streets.

The new Ordinance will prohibit an oversized vehicle from parking on a public street between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m.  Oversized vehicles include recreational vehicles (RVs), box trucks, trailers, etc. that exceeds 18 feet in length, 80 inches in width or 80 inches in height.  

A 48-hour parking permit may be issued on a public street to a resident within the same block as long as the parking of the oversized vehicle does not create a public hazard.  No more than four permits will be issued within a calendar year.  

The Ordinance also includes exemptions for emergency stopping, a person making emergency repairs, and for emergency vehicles.  

For more information regarding the Oversized Vehicle Parking Ordinance, call the City’s Parking Enforcement at 562.801.4413.