Oversized Vehicles in a Residential District

No truck exceeding two and one-half ton capacity, no truck-tractor or semi-trail, earth moving equipment or other similar vehicle, object or machine shall be parked or stored on any lot in a residential district.
Recreation Vehicle parked on street

Unlicensed and/or Inoperable Vehicles

The following vehicles (not limited to) may not be kept or stored outdoors on any property zoned residential within the Town:
  • Automobiles
  • Campers (whether or not mounted on motor vehicles), buses, boats, or any of the parts thereof, which is inoperable, dismantled, wrecked, discarded, or is without valid licensing tags or a valid Colorado Motor Vehicle Inspections sticker
  • Fifth wheel trailers
  • Horse trailers
  • Motor homes
  • Tractors
  • Travel trailers
  • Trucks

Recreation Vehicles (RVs)

RVs Parked on Public Right-of-Way

No trailer of any type, RV, boat or detached pickup camper can be parked on a public right-of-way or a private roadway for a period of more than 24 hours.

RV Storage

Recreational vehicles can be parked in a driveway as long as they meet the following requirements:
  • If parked on the side yard, RVs shall not extend more than five feet in front of the house’s front building line, excluding porches and/or stairs
  • In a single-family residential district, RVs must be parked on the side of the driveway closest to the property line, or close to the house within the side yard, space permitting
  • RVs are permitted only on a driveway or adjacent and parallel to a driveway on a single-family residential lot, or in the paved parking lot of a multi-family residential community
  • RVs cannot be closer than 18” to the sidewalk or nearest public right-of-way
  • RVs cannot be used as living quarters
  • RVs must be in safe working condition
  • RVs must be parked on a hard surface such as, but not limited to, asphalt, concrete, rock, gravel or pavers
  • RVs must be secured from wind