Parking Regulations

Boat trailer in a driveway.

Up to seven vehicles, including trailers, boats and recreational vehicles, are allowed on each single-family residential property. Four vehicles per unit are allowed on duplex properties. The total number of vehicles allowed can include up to two inoperable vehicles (see Inoperable Vehicles for storage requirements).

There are no restrictions on the number of operable vehicles that can be parked on the street. (See the Recreational Vehicles section for restrictions on these vehicles.)

All vehicles must be parked on an improved surface, such as concrete, asphalt or gravel. Gravel surfaces must be a minimum depth of three inches and kept free of weeds and other vegetation. Up to 50 percent of the front yard and 50 percent of the backyard may be used for parking areas.

Informational video about RV parking.

Trailers and Boats

All boat, horse and utility trailers must be parked on an improved surface when parked on private property.  

Not more than two trailers, or not more than one trailer and one motor home, shall be parked in a front yard.  

There is a six-hour or less provision to park on the street, if necessary.

Recreational Vehicles and Travel Trailers

All recreational vehicles or travel trailers must be parked on an improved surface when parked on private property. There is a 48-hour or less provision to load or unload the vehicle when necessary to park on the City street, and only if it is parked directly in front of the dwelling unit of the vehicle’s registered owner.

RV parking permits are issued based on specific requirements, please contact Code Enforcement at 303-987-7566 for further information.

Prohibited Commercial Vehicles

Prohibited Vehicles

The following vehicles are not allowed to be parked on residential property:

  • Semi-trucks
  • Dump trucks
  • Buses
  • Tow Trucks
  • Vehicles 25 feet or longer
  • Vehicles 10 feet or taller

Recreational vehicles or travel trailers are not considered prohibited vehicles.