§ 212-11  Parking Trucks and Trailers on Residential Streets.
   (A)   Unless otherwise exempted in this ordinance, no person shall stand, idle or park a vehicle having a manufacturer’s payload rating of greater than one-ton and having a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) classified by the United States Department of Transportation as a Class 3 vehicle or greater, or a tractor, semitrailer, trailer, bus, motor home or recreational vehicle for more than five consecutive minutes on a local or collector street in a residential zone. Residential deliveries are exempt from the parking time limitation if the delivery vehicle is being loaded or unloaded.
 
   (B)    Moving vans, motor homes and recreational vehicles shall be exempt from the five minute time limitation if the vehicle is in the process of being loaded and/or unloaded. In no circumstance shall moving vans, motor homes or recreational vehicles be permitted to load and/or unload on a local or collector street in a residential district for more than 48 hours.
   (C)    Vehicles, which are no- greater than a Class 6 vehicle as identified above, and are providing on-call services to local public safety agencies and/or public utilities shall be exempt from the parking time limitation if the vehicle is actually providing an on-call service. In no circumstance shall the on-call service vehicle be permitted to park on a local or collector street in a residential district for longer than 72 hours. This code shall be read in conjunction with A.R.S. § 9-500.46.
   (D)   Service vehicles, which are actively engaging in commercial activities on a residential property, including but not limited to, landscape maintenance, plumbing or electrical repair, the delivery of parcel items, or the repair to public utility services, shall be exempt from the five minute time limitation. Service vehicles shall be permitted to park on a local or collector street in a residential district for no longer than 8 hours, and in no circumstance shall the service vehicle be permitted to be parked or stored overnight.
   (E)   This provision shall not apply to buses operated by a public and/or private educational institution or those which provide public transportation to the residents within Yuma County.
('80 Code, § 30-56)  (Ord. 1798, passed 12-20-78; Ord. O2017-025, passed 8-16-17; Ord. O2018-037, passed 9-5-18; Ord. O2019-031, passed 9-18-19)  Penalty, see §  212-99