When is a vehicle considered a commercial vehicle and are commercial vehicles allowed in residential neighborhoods?
A commercial vehicle is one that requires a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to operate, exceeds 10,000 GVW, longer than 21 feet long, a bus that carries 16 or more passengers, taxi cabs, shuttle vans, limousines, equipment used for lifting objects, flatbed trucks, stake bed trucks, wreckers, farm equipment, dump trucks and earth moving equipment. These vehicles are not allowed to be parked in a residential neighborhood. Sport utility vehicles, family vans not transporting passengers for a fee, standard manufactured pickup trucks and dual rear wheel pickup trucks used for personal use are allowed to be parked in a residential neighborhood.

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1. How do I report a code violation?
2. How quickly will a code compliance officer respond to a complaint?
3. Are complaints kept confidential?
4. Can advertising signs be placed in right-of-ways or medians?
5. Is it a property owner’s responsibility to maintain the right-of-way between the sidewalk and the street?
6. Is an Arbor Permit required to cut down a tree?
7. Is an Arbor Permit required to trim or prune a tree?
8. What are the penalties for illegal tree cutting or trimming?
9. Is a commercial / multi-family / homeowner’s association required to maintain their site and landscaping?
10. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale?
11. Do I need a permit to put a balloon, banner or other type of attention getting device in front of my property?
12. Can I park a boat, boat trailer, camper, motor home in a residential area?
13. How tall is grass allowed to grow before being considered a violation of local codes?
14. When is a vehicle considered a commercial vehicle and are commercial vehicles allowed in residential neighborhoods?
15. Are vehicles parked on a driveway required to have current tags and be driven regularly?