Parking on Private Property

Vehicles licensed for use on public roadways must be parked on an approved hard surface: gravel, concrete, blacktop, or paver blocks. The entire vehicle must be parked on a hard surface, not on the grass. Recreational style vehicles (boats, trailers, campers, etc.) may be parked on any surface, anywhere on the property.

Vehicle licensing & Repairs: All vehicles must be operational and have current license plates displayed at all times if they are parked outside a garage.

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1. Building Permits
2. Fire Pits and Burning
3. Lawn Care & Weed Control
4. Snow & Ice Removal
5. Interior Furniture Items Outside
6. Garbage & Recycling
7. Parking Overnight
8. Parking on Private Property
9. Pets