The city of Clovis has relaxed parking restrictions for boats, recreational vehicles and trailers shorter than 25 feet, allowing residents to park those vehicles in their driveway during the summer.
Clovis police spokeswoman Janet Stoll-Lee said in a release that the vehicles may not block sidewalks or create a hazard, must be kept clean and must not be used as a residence.
The 72-hour parking limit on public streets remains in effect. Stoll-Lee said the parking restrictions were eased because of complaints from residents about the cost and inconvenience of storing recreational vehicles that are used frequently.
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