Update to Parking Regulations: Effective July 24, 2021
New on-street parking regulations were approved by City Council on June 21. These changes go into effect on Saturday, July 24, 2021.
Code Change Benefits
These code changes are designed to improve access to the curb.
What’s Changed About the Code
City Block Definition: (5.010)
The definition of a city block has been updated to include both sides of the street. Previously it only included one side of the street. It still spans the same distance—between two crossroads.
Commercially Marked Vehicle Markings and Registration: (5.010)
It will now be required that all commercial vehicles be registered to a corporation or other commercial entity, and that the registered name be clearly visible from at least 100 feet away from the vehicle. A 12 inch by 12 inch sign on the dashboard is no longer valid.
Storage of Vehicle on the Streets: (5.135)
Without a valid, City-issued on-street parking permit: Vehicles must be moved at least two blocks from the original parking location, and remain moved for at least 72 hours before returning.
With a valid, City-issued on-street parking permit: Although the vehicle must still be moved every 72 hours, it may be returned to its original parking location.
Parking Time Limit: (5.265)
Once a vehicle has been parked for the designated maximum parking time limit, the vehicle must be moved at least two blocks from the original parking location.
Locations Where RVs Can be Parked: (5.225)
Recreational Vehicles (RVs) can no longer be parked between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on streets in front of or adjacent to residences, motels, apartments, hotels, or other places with sleeping accommodations.