Pursuant to Village Ordinance 62-110-6.2.4(a), it is unlawful to park a commercial vehicle in residential districts, except under the conditions stated below in items (1) through (5): No commercial vehicle, having a gross weight in pounds, including vehicle and maximum load, in excess of 8,001 pounds and bearing a class designation other than "B" under the provisions of 625 ILCS 5/15-111, as amended, shall be parked or stored on any residential premises, except when making a delivery or rendering a service at such premises or as listed below. The storage of a commercial vehicle or contractor's equipment at a place of residence shall not constitute the making of a delivery or the rendering of a service and shall be prohibited unless specifically permitted below in this section 6.2.4.
- Box trucks, flatbed trucks, dump trucks, light weight duty dump trucks, platform / stake bodies, semi-trailer or truck/tractor combination, dovetail body, mechanical cranes, hoists, booms, bed lifts, step trucks or step vans shall be prohibited to be parked or stored in a residential district regardless of size or license plate classification, except when making a delivery or rendering a service in the residential district.
- Commercial vehicles having a gross weight when fully loaded of 12,000 pounds or less, including those within such weight bearing a classification of "D" under the provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code and displaying a current Illinois state inspection sticker, but excluding those vehicles described in (1) above, may be permitted to be parked in a zoning area classified as a residential district provided equipment and racks/ladders and cargo which do not extend beyond the front or rear of the body of the vehicle may remain on top of the vehicle parked in a residential district provided such equipment and racks/ladders and cargo and the vehicle shall together not exceed nine feet in height as measured from the surface at ground level nearest the vehicle. One commercial vehicle shall be permitted to be parked per residential property.
- Except for the equipment and racks/ladders and cargo located upon the top of the commercial vehicle described in (2) above, the storage of equipment or commercial/contractor material within or upon a commercial vehicle otherwise permitted to be parked in a residential district, shall be completely concealed from view by a commercial grade manufactured bed cap, permanent original equipment (OE) grade enclosure, or manufactured cover secured to the body of the vehicle. The use of plywood as a bed riser, height extender, or equipment enclosure is prohibited.
- All commercial vehicles permitted by this section 6.2.4. to be parked in a residential zoning classification shall: display plate classification on the front and rear of the vehicle at all times; be parked on a permanent paved surface as otherwise required by this Code; and be owned or under the control or possession of one of the occupants of the residence.
- It shall be unlawful for any person to park a public passenger vehicle, other than a taxicab or limo, in any zoning area classified as a residential district between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. except when dropping off or picking up a passenger.