Commercial Parking Permits

The Town Board enacted a new section of the town code and clarified some definitions to make it easier to enforce already existing limitations on commercial parking outdoors in residence zones. Read more in English or in Spanish about what is and is not allowed under the new law.

Per the definitions below, the law generally requires:

  • No Industrial vehicles are permitted to park in residential zones unless making a delivery or providing a service.
  • One commercial vehicle, that is not an industrial vehicle, may be parked outside on a residential lot.
  • No commercial or industrial vehicles may be parked overnight in residential neighborhoods in the town right-of-way.

View the full law and exceptions: Law Regarding Commercial Parking on Residential Lots


  • Commercial Vehicle: Includes any motor vehicle, including but not limited to automobiles, trucks, tractors, vans, buses, delivery cars, or any other vehicle utilized in conducting business for a profit. A vehicle shall be deemed to be used for commercial purposes if it: [Added December 20, 2022, by L.L. Number 20-2022]
    1. Bears advertising on the vehicle, including but not limited to the name of the business, telephone number, or hours of operation; or
    2. Carries tools or equipment attached to the outside of the vehicle or visible from the outside of the vehicle; or
    3. Bears license plates issued for commercial or combination vehicles; or
    4. Has been issued a municipal or governmental business license; or
    5. Has other indicia of commercial use or design.
  • Commercial Vehicle Accessory: Includes any trailer, attachment, or extension that is attached or can be attached to a commercial vehicle. [Added December 20, 2022 by L.L. Number 20-2022]
  • Industrial Vehicle: Includes any commercial vehicle that has any of the following features: [Added December 20, 2022, by L.L. Number 20-2022]
    1. Any vehicle with more than four tires and two axles; or
    2. Jitney bus, school bus, school van, trailer, semitrailer, tractor, or excavation equipment; or
    3. Any vehicle with a box body, dump body, flatbed, or utility body exceeding eight feet in length or five feet in height, or a rack body exceeding three feet in height, or an open body or rack body with visible tools and/or equipment; or
    4. Any vehicle with a gross vehicle weight over 10,000 pounds.