Are the restrictions on parking recreation vehicles, trucks, and trailers on City streets?

Vehicles exceeding twenty-one feet, eighty inches in width, or eighty-two inches in height may not park on any streets within the City for longer than four hours at any one time.  Vehicles which are in the active process of being loaded or unloaded can be parked up to 24 hours along with vehicles engaging in emergency repairs of a home or business.    For temporary parking of recreational vehicles, please visit our Oversized Vehicle Permit page or contact City Hall at 818-706-1613.  All temporary oversized vehicle permit requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance.

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1. When is it appropriate to call 911 or the Sheriff's Station directly?
2. What do you recommend I do if I see someone speeding or driving recklessly in the community?
3. Does the City impose any requirements for door-to-door solicitation?
4. How long can a vehicle be parked on a public street?
5. Who handles Animal Control Services for the City?
6. Are the restrictions on parking recreation vehicles, trucks, and trailers on City streets?
7. What information does the City provide on Emergency Preparedness?
8. Where can I go to get finger printing?
9. Are there any Sheriff's Department programs specifically for juveniles?
10. How do I start a Neighborhood Watch program?
11. Where are the regulations on Noise in the City?
12. How do I contact the Sheriff's Department in a non-emergency?
13. Does the City have a Volunteer Patrol program?