Between April 1 and October 31, up to 2 of the above-listed trailers and vehicles may be parked in a front driveway. They must be set back a minimum of 1 m from the back of the sidewalk, or 1.5 m from the back of the curb in instances where there is no sidewalk.
The above-listed trailers and vehicles may not be parked on a front lawn or landscaped area. They must be parked on a driveway. Front driveways are limited in width to 9.15 m, and must be constructed of material suitable to support vehicle traffic such as gravel, concrete or asphalt.
Between November 1 and March 31, parking recreational vehicles and trailers in a front driveway is prohibited.
Up to 2 recreational vehicles and/or trailers may be parked in the side or rear yard of a residential property year-round.
Recreational vehicles may be parked on a street year-round for up to 48 hours at a time.
No trailers or recreational vehicles may be parked on a street unless they are attached to a tow vehicle.
Failure to comply with the regulations may result in a fine.