§ 155-11.65  PARKING OF TRUCKS, TRAILERS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES IN A-2 AND RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS.
   (A)   Trucks, commercial vehicles and commercial trailers.
      (1)   Parking or storage of commercial vehicles or trucks displaying or requiring the display of an Illinois state license plate of greater than a D classification (or an out-of-state equivalent), including truck tractors and tow trucks, is prohibited on lots in A-2 and residential zoning districts, except as follows:
         (a)   When in the process of moving or delivering or receiving goods, materials or merchandise;
         (b)   When utilized in the process of installation, repair or maintenance of landscaping during the actual time of parking such vehicle;
         (c)   When involved in the installation, repair or maintenance of utilities; or
         (d)   When utilized in the construction, repair or maintenance of any building, structure or grading project, during the actual time of parking such vehicle.
      (2)   Parking or storage of commercial vehicles displaying or requiring the display of a Class “D” Illinois state license or less (or an out-of-state equivalent), or commercial trailers displaying or requiring the display of a class “TA” or “TD” Illinois state license plate or less (or out-of-state equivalent), is subject to the following regulations when located on lots in A-2 and residential zoning districts:
         (a)   The total number of such commercial vehicles or commercial trailers parked or stored outside of an enclosed building in A-2 and residential districts may not exceed the following limits:
 
Zoning
District
Maximum Number of Commercial Vehicles/ Commercial Trailers (combined)
A-2, E-1, E-2, R-1, R-2
2
R-2A, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-6
1
 
         (b)   Commercial vehicles parked or stored outside of an enclosed building in A-2 and residential districts must:
            1.   Be parked on a constructed driveway;
            2.   Display a valid license for the use of such vehicle on any public road in the county;
            3.   Have no visible loads; and
            4.   Not exceed an overall vehicle height of 90 inches.
         (c)   Commercial trailers parked or stored outside of an enclosed building in A-2 and residential districts must:
            1.   Be parked on a constructed driveway;
            2.   Not block, extend or encroach into the right-of-way or over the public sidewalk;
            3.   Not be parked or stored in a side or rear yard, unless completely screened from view by a fence or wall;
            4.   Not exceed an overall height of 90 inches.
         (d)   Vehicles and trailers authorized under this section are included in the limit on the maximum number of vehicles parked on lots in A-2 and residential zoning districts (see § 155-11.50(D)).
   (B)   Noncommercial trailers and recreational vehicles.  Parking or storage of noncommercial trailers displaying or requiring the display of a class “TA” Illinois state license plate (or out of state equivalent), recreational trailers displaying or requiring the display of a class “RT” Illinois state license plate (or out-of- state equivalent), travel trailers, camping trailers, boats, personal water crafts, all-terrain vehicles, or similar recreational vehicles may be parked or stored, but not lived in, on lots in A-2 and residential zoning districts, subject to the following regulations:
      (1)   The total number of such noncommercial trailers and recreational vehicles parked or stored outside of an enclosed building in A-2 and residential districts may not exceed the following limits:
 
Zoning District
Maximum Number of Noncommercial Trailers/ RVs (combined)
A-2, E-1, E-2, R-1, R-2
3
R-2A, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-6
2
 
      (2)   Any noncommercial trailer or recreational vehicle permitted to be parked or stored outside of an enclosed building pursuant to this section must be parked on a constructed driveway. The vehicle may not extend or encroach into the right-of-way or over the public sidewalk.
      (3)   Whenever any recreational vehicles are parked or stored in compliance with this section are commonly used in conjunction with a trailer for towing purposes, such combination of recreational vehicle and trailer are counted as one recreational vehicle for the purposes of this section, regardless of whether an additional recreational vehicle is mounted on the trailer.
      (4)   Recreational vehicles and trailers authorized under this section are included in the limit on the number of vehicles parked on lots in A-2 and residential zoning districts (see § 155-11.50(D)).
(Ord. 18-1, passed 1-18-2018)