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Dumpsters, Basketball Goals, etc. in the Street - City Code Chapter 18.2.1 (a)
No person shall place or cause to place in any street and/or sidewalk: debris, rubbish, irrigation water, boxes, displays, signs, poles, goods, merchandise or any other object so as to impede and/or endanger traffic on streets and/or sidewalks.

Parking on the Street - City Code Chapter 22.4.1

It shall be unlawful for any person to park or abandon a motor vehicle upon the streets of the city or upon the rights-of-way of the streets and allow said motor vehicle to remain parked or abandoned for more than twelve (12) continuous hours.

Off-Street Parking in Residential Areas - Unified Development Code Section 2.2.20.A

In single-family residential zoning districts, parking in the front yard is allowed for each dwelling unit only within a hard-surfaced driveway (i.e., asphalt, concrete, gravel, or if approved by the City Engineer, a turf-reinforced driveway).

No parking shall be allowed in grass or lawn areas. The parking or storage of more than four vehicles at a single-family residence in a manner visible from the public street is unlawful.

Junk Vehicles - City Code Chapter 22.4

A junk vehicle is one that is inoperable or unregistered, or is wrecked, rusted, dismantled, abandoned, or discarded and may not be parked, stored, or left on public or private property.

Recreational Vehicles - Unified Development Code Section 9.7.22
Recreational equipment such as boats, boat trailers, travel trailers, recreational vehicles, pick-up campers or coaches, motorized dwellings, motor coaches, tent trailers, and other similar vehicles may be parked or stored only in established areas in side yards, rear yards, carports, or in an enclosed building. This is provided, however, that such equipment may be parked or stored anywhere on residential premises for a period not to exceed 24 hours during loading and unloading.

Additional Information
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