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(1) No nonmotorized vehicle, farm equipment, construction equipment, or any other type of commercial trailer or any inoperable vehicle (as defined in Title 24) may be parked, placed, stored, abandoned, or otherwise left on any public street, alley, sidewalk, park strip, or right-of-way at any time, regardless of whether it is attached or unattached to a motor vehicle.

(2) No motorized or nonmotorized recreational vehicle, boat, camper trailer, or any other type of noncommercial recreational trailer may be parked, placed, stored, abandoned or otherwise left on any public street, alley, sidewalk, park strip, or right-of-way for longer than 24 hours of a 48-hour period, regardless of whether it is attached or unattached to a motor vehicle.

(3) No unmounted or unattached camper, farm vehicle, construction vehicle or off-highway vehicle may be parked, placed, stored, abandoned, or otherwise left on any public street, alley, sidewalk, park strip, or right-of-way at any time, unless the vehicle is actually engaged in loading and unloading passengers or freight.

(4) It shall be unlawful to park, place, store, abandon, or otherwise leave any motorized vehicle, combination of vehicles, or combination of vehicles and load which have a length of more than 45 feet, or a width of more than eight feet, or a height of more than 14 feet, or a gross weight over 18,000 pounds, or more than two axles, on any public street, alley, sidewalk, park strip, or right-of-way at any time, unless the vehicle or combination is actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers or freight.

(5) For the purposes of this Section, a vehicle shall be considered parked, even if the engine is running, if the vehicle is left standing for any period longer than three minutes, unless the vehicle is actually loading or unloading as provided.

a. For the purposes of this Section the term “loading and unloading” includes the use of a vehicle for repair, construction, or maintenance actually conducted by businesses licensed to engage in such a business in accordance with other City ordinances.

(6) No motor home, boat, trailer, camper, or other similar conveyance used for temporary recreational uses shall be used for overnight camping or as a residence, except in mobile home parks or campgrounds licensed by the City.

(7) The provisions of this Section do not apply to passenger buses operated under the authority of the Public Service Commission of the State of Utah, nor to authorized emergency vehicles, nor to public works vehicles.

(Ord. No. 03-35 Enacted 05/06/2003; Ord. No. 19-20 § 2 Amended 08/13/2019)