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Posted on: January 20, 2020

No Parking of Heavy Vehicles in Residential Areas

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This is a gentle reminder to heavy vehicle owners that they are not permitted to park their vehicles in residential neighbourhoods (Bylaw 1327 Traffic Regulation).
The definition of a Vehicle is:
“…a Vehicle, alone or together with any Trailer, semi-Trailer or other Vehicle being towed by the Vehicle with a registration gross weight of Five (5) tonnes or more exceeding Eleven (11) metres in total length, excluding Recreational Vehicles.”

These are the key provisions:
16.1 No Person shall Park Heavy Vehicles within the municipal boundaries of the Town in areas designated in the Land Use Bylaw, as amended, as residential or public.
16.2 Notwithstanding Section 16.1., Heavy Vehicles that are actively delivering or collecting goods may be Parked in areas designated in the Land Use Bylaw as residential or public.
16.3 No Person shall drive a Heavy Vehicle on any Highway in the Town, except on the truck routes designated in the bylaw.
Here is a link to the bylaw - https://www.nanton.ca/DocumentC…/…/1327-Nanton-Traffic-Bylaw

Unfortunately, if we see more of this going on that enforcement actions from Peace Offers will have to follow.

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