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§ 22-162.2  PARKING OF LARGE AND OVERSIZE VEHICLES ON STREETS.
   (a)   It shall be unlawful for the driver, owner or operator of an oversized commercial vehicle to park or permit to be parked, stand or remain motionless:
      (1)   On a public street in any area zoned residential under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or used for residential purposes unless the vehicle is being actively loaded or unloaded; or
      (2)   For more than two hours on a public street in any area not zoned residential under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or not used for residential purposes.
   (b)   It shall be unlawful for the driver, owner or operator of a large recreational vehicle and an oversized recreational vehicle to park or permit to be parked, stand or remain motionless:
      (1)   On a public street in any area zoned residential under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or used for residential purposes; or
      (2)   On a public street in any area not zoned residential under the comprehensive zoning ordinance or not used for residential purposes.
   (c)   It is an exception to subsection (b)(1) above that the large recreational vehicle or oversize recreational vehicle is being parked or allowed to be parked, stand or remain motionless for loading, unloading, maintenance, or any combination thereof, for no more than 72 hours in any seven-day period. Relocation of the large recreational vehicle or oversize recreational vehicle to another location on private property or the adjoining public street does not stop the running of the 72-hour period.
(Ord. 17867, § 3, passed 11-6-2007; Ord. 18162-07-2008, § 3, passed 7-8-2008; Ord. 23193-04-2018, § 2, passed 4-17-2018)