Chapter 10.41
PARKING OF TRAILERS, BOATS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

Sections:

10.41.010    Intent.

10.41.020    Definition.

10.41.030    Prohibition on parking of trailers, boats or recreational vehicles.

10.41.040    Exceptions to the prohibition on the parking of trailers, boats and recreational vehicles.

10.41.010 Intent.

It is the intent of this chapter to provide for the public health and safety by decreasing the excessive parking of trailers, boats and recreational vehicles on public streets which will allow for the parking of motor vehicles and will increase visibility and safety of pedestrians and motorists using the public streets. (Ord. 2015-02 § 1 (Exh. A) (part), 2015)

10.41.020 Definition.

For purposes of this chapter, a “recreational vehicle” shall be as defined by Section 15.48.020, a “boat” shall mean the same as “vessel” as defined by California Vehicle Code Section 9840 and “trailer” shall be as defined by California Vehicle Code Section 630, including trailers for vehicles, boats or personal watercrafts. Passenger vans which have been converted for use as a recreational vehicle and do not exceed nine feet in height are exempt from this section. This section shall not apply to commercial or construction vehicles which are regulated by Section 17.06.020(F)(2). (Ord. 2015-02 § 1 (Exh. A) (part), 2015)

10.41.030 Prohibition on parking of trailers, boats or recreational vehicles.

Except as provided in Section 10.41.040, after October 1, 2015, no person shall park or stand or permit to stand any recreational vehicle, boat or trailer on any public street, highway, roadway, alley or thoroughfares.

All entrance ways to the city of Marina shall be signed or marked in accordance with California Vehicle Code requirements in order for this prohibition to apply. (Ord. 2015-02 § 1 (Exh. A) (part), 2015)

10.41.040 Exceptions to the prohibition on the parking of trailers, boats and recreational vehicles.

The prohibition on the parking of recreational vehicles does not apply if the registered owner of a trailer, boat or recreational vehicle is a resident of a residence on the public street where the trailer, boat or recreational vehicle is parked between the hours of seven a.m. and ten p.m. for the purpose of loading, unloading, cleaning (as permitted by this code), battery changing, or other activity preparatory or incident to travel. (Ord. 2015-02 § 1 (Exh. A) (part), 2015)