- Inoperative/Abandoned Vehicles
- Commercial Vehicle Parking
- Improper Storage of RVs
- Parking Unapproved Surfaces
It is unlawful to park, store, or leave standing any vehicle on blocks, stands, jacks or any other device, in any portion of the front yard setback, or in a location visible from, or on the public-right-of-way.
Abandoned, dismantled, wrecked, inoperative vehicles, or parts thereof, on private property shall be stored or located in such a manner so that no part is visible to public view.
It is unlawful to park or leave standing any truck, tractor, trailer or semi trailer as defined in the California Vehicle Code, or other commercial vehicle if such vehicle is parked on an approved surface in the front yard setback. A commercial vehicle can be defined as having:
- Height of 8 feet or less
- Length of 21 feet
- Width of 92 inches
- Weighing 10,000 pounds
- Providing service to such building or structure for which an actual and bona fide repair, alteration, remodel or construction has been allowed by a building permit, as defined in Section 35703 CVC
- Specifically in the performance of duties related to the picking up or delivering of merchandise, goods, wares
See section 10.44.020 (C) of the Murrieta Municipal Code for specific details.
Parking Restrictions Map
Section 10.44.020 (A) of the Murietta Municipal Code notes the following regarding storage of recreational vehicles:
It is unlawful to park, keep, or store any recreational vehicle, non-self propelled vehicle, vessel, or similar such vehicles, within any portion of the front yard setback. Except that, if such vehicles are kept, parked, and stored permanently on private property, other than the front yard setback, they shall be screened from view to the required fence height allowed by this code.
Wrought iron fencing, landscape material, and lattice shall be considered as acceptable screening materials. Recreational vehicles shall be allowed for a total of 48 hours before and after a recreational trip.
Section 10.44.020 (D) of the Murrieta Municipal Code notes the following regarding storage of recreational vehicles:
"It is unlawful to park, keep, store, or leave standing (i.e., park), any passenger vehicle or vehicles as described in Chapter 10.08, on private or public property within the city as described in Chapter 10.32. Parking of vehicles, and in the manner described in Chapter 10.32, shall occur on pre-engineered load-bearing surfaces. Parking on unimproved or non-paved lots is prohibited. This last provision shall not be applicable at Rural Residential (RR) and Estate Residential (ER-1) and (ER-2) zoned parcels."