City’s proposed ordinance restricts grass parking
A proposed Osceola city ordinance regarding the location of boats, trailers and campers in yards, also includes a section specifically addressing cars parked on the lawn.
The ordinance, if passed, would not allow personal vehicles, including passenger cars, pickups, vans and sport utility vehicles, to park anywhere on a lawn. Vehicles must be parked on a defined driveway, whether it's gravel, concrete or asphalt, said Zoning Administrator Dave Leonard.
Leonard said city officials are mainly concerned about personal vehicles being parked on the grass for a long period of time.
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