Can I park my RV on a City street?
Parking of a recreational vehicle/trailer on a city street requires an annual temporary parking permit." With a permit, parking is allowed for a maximum of three (3) consecutive days, up to twelve (12) days total per calendar month. Permits are valid for one calendar year and expire December 31st of every calendar year. Permits can be obtained from the Community Services Department during normal business hours at no cost. City parking regulations take precedence over the annual temporary parking permits. Therefore, a recreational vehicle/trailer may not be parked on a City street during the hours and on days that parking is prohibited on that street for street sweeping, or during the hours that parking is otherwise restricted by ordinance or statute. To the extent possible, the recreational vehicle must be parked adjacent to the address the permit was issued to.

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1. Who should I contact if I have a parking problem on my street?
2. What can be done when a mailbox is blocked?
3. Can I park my RV on a City street?
4. Who do I call if I have questions about, or want to appeal a parking citation received during street sweeping?