Where can I park my camper or boat trailer?

Parking regulations apply to all trailers, regardless of the type or purpose of the trailer. Trailers may be parked on a city street for no more than 24 hours. Trailers may not be on any lot in any residential district for more than 48 hours unless it is located behind the front yard building line.

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1. Is it possible to receive more than 1 ticket in the downtown 2-hour parking district in the same day?
2. If I move my vehicle within or leave the downtown parking district boundaries and return to the parking district during the restricted time period, am I still in violation of the ordinance?
3. How long can I leave a vehicle or trailer parked on the street?
4. Who do I call if a vehicle or trailer remains parked on the street for several days?
5. Why are there regulations on where and how long I can leave a trailer parked?
6. Can I park a vehicle on my yard or lawn?
7. How many cars can my neighbor have in their driveway?
8. Can I park an unlicensed or inoperable vehicle in my driveway?
9. Can I place a cover over an unlicensed or inoperable vehicle and keep it?
10. Where can I park my camper or boat trailer?
11. Can someone stay in a camper or recreational vehicle parked on my property?