Calif. city proposes two-day parking ordinance for RVs

BLYTHE, Calif. — Mayor Galvin and the Blythe Police Department have proposed a two-day on-street parking restriction for RVs, writes the Desert Independent. The city council will hold the first reading of the new ordinance on Tuesday.

The Blythe Police Department claims it has received complaints about motor homes and other RVs, trailers and utility vehicles being parked for long periods of time, reports the Desert Independent.

The Desert Independent writes that one provision in the new ordinance states: No person shall park or leave standing any Recreational Vehicle or Trailer, regardless of length or width, upon any public street or highway in the City for a period of time exceeding forty-eight (48) hours.

For the complete story from the Desert Independent, click here.

Kelly Cauthorn

Kelly Cauthorn

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