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Parking Enforcement FAQ

Cars parked on snow-covered road

Can I park on the road when it's snowing? 

Herriman City ordinance prohibits parking on the street when it is snowing or there is snow on the street between November 1 - April 1. (City code §6-5-5A)

Camper trailer parked on roadside

Can I park my vehicle for more than 24 hours? 

Herriman City ordinance prohibits the parking of vehicles on the public street for more than 24 hours at a time. There is no parking allowed for campers, RVs, nor trailers unless they are being actively loaded or unloaded for no longer than 12 hours.
(City code §6-5-5B, City code §6-5-12)

Parking blocking driveway

Can vehicles block driveways?

Parking a vehicle that either blocks or is within five feet of a drive way is prohibited. (City code §6-5-1)

Vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant and mailbox

Can I park in front of a mailbox or fire hydrant?

Parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or within 10 feet of a mailbox is prohibited. (City code §6-5-1)

Vehicle parked opposite the flow of traffic

Can I park my vehicle opposite of traffic flow?

No vehicle can be parked in a way that it faces opposite of the flow of traffic. (City code §6-5-1)

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