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Vehicles that are defined as commercial are:
Semi trucks and trailers
Commercial and construction equipment and trailers
Similar trucks and equipment
These vehicles shall not be parked or stored in the residential district unless they are engaged in the performance of a service on the adjacent or underlying property for a period of time reasonably necessary to complete the service.
Pickup trucks or passenger/cargo style vans, SUVs, and passenger cars with lettering, are allowed in residential districts, but are limited to one vehicle per property.
Accessory equipment attached to a vehicle that does not extend the vehicle to more than nine feet in height, or wider or longer than the manufacturer's specification for the vehicle without the equipment is allowed. Roof accessory racks are allowed, but side racks are not allowed. Pickup trucks are allowed to have a snowplow on the front and salt spreaders on the back.
For a complete reading of the ordinance go to
Municode Section 138-10.308
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