1. Vehicles may park on the street, but must be in running condition. If not operable, i.e., no wheels, engine, etc., they can be towed by the City. They must also have current licenses and registration.
2. Vehicles can be parked on the driveway, but must be in running condition and have current vehicle registration. If they appear inoperable or junked out, you may be asked to remove them.
3. A vehicle cannot be parked on a unpaved surface (dirt or lawn) area or lot.
4. You can work on your own personal car in your garage. It must be registered at that address.
5. A vehicle must not block a sidewalk or any other public right-of-way.
6. Commercial trucks and trailers (semi-trucks) cannot be parked on the street in a residential neighborhood except when loading and unloading.
Call Parking Enforcement at (909) 388-4969.
7. Call (909) 384-7272 for information or complaints about abandoned vehicles on public or private property.
8. Recreation vehicles cannot be parked on the street for more than 48 continuous hours. After 48 hours the vehicle must be moved at least 500 feet for a minimum of 48 hours before it can be returned.
9. Recreation vehicles stored on residential properties must be parked on a paved pad and screened from public view to a height of 6 feet and stored behind the front setback.
The operation of a junk yard or auto dismantling yard is allowed only in an industrial zone and requires a special permit from the City Planning Commission. This kind of operation is not allowed in a residential neighborhood.