By Kindersley Social, July 12, 2017
In order to ensure safety for motorists and pedestrians, the Town encourages residents to park recreational vehicles on private property.
Rules regarding the parking of recreational vehicles are outlined in the Traffic Bylaw 15-16, which can be found on kindersley.ca/bylaws.
According to the traffic bylaw, recreational vehicles, whether attached or unattached to a towing vehicle, are: cabin, tent and travel trailers, motor homes, truck campers, fifth-wheel travel trailers, park trailers, utility and boat trailers.
- In order to ensure safety for motorists and pedestrians, the Town encourages residents to park recreational vehicles on private property.
- Recreational vehicles (trailers) are permitted to be parked on the street up to a maximum of 72 hours unless a parking permit has been issued that will allow for an extension of up to 2 extra days. No more than two (2) permits can be issued in a 30-day period.
- Any trailers with slide-outs left open must be parked on private property where they cannot block visibility or create obstruction to traffic flow on sidewalks and streets.
- All recreational vehicles must be registered and have visible and valid licence plates.
- Parking of recreational vehicles is not permitted on public property unless prior authorization is granted.
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