Although most of the people who spoke during the Sioux Falls, S.D., City Council meeting Monday night (May 3) wanted the city’s RV parking restrictions relaxed, the council voted to keep its RV parking ordinance as is, according to TV station KELO.
As the current law stands, RVs and boats must be parked behind the house line and on a cement pad. Those who want the restrictions relaxed said they believe an RV or a boat on a trailer is no different than other vehicles they see parked in driveways around the city, the TV station reported.
Others worry about the safety of children and how numerous RV and boats parked at curbside and on driveways will make the city look.
Although the council decided to keep the existing law in effect, the RV and boat parking ordinance will be enforced only if someone complains, according to KELO.