City reminds residents to obey R.V. bylaws

By Brady Lang
June 13, 2018 - 2:00pm

With the camping season now underway, the City of North Battleford has reminded residents to always obey the bylaws around recreational vehicles.

Recreational vehicles include campers, tent trailers, fifth wheel trailers, and vehicles that are pulled on trailers such as boats, jet skis, ATVs, and motorcycles.

According to the City of North Battleford, parking restrictions allow city crews to perform their job and keep the city functioning and clean. If the vehicles aren’t moved, it could cause city workers to be impeded or delayed.

“Recreational vehicles must not obstruct, interfere with or interrupt the free passage of traffic on any public highway," the city said in a statement. "Vehicles cannot be parked on any sidewalk or curb crossing. Also, no person shall park or leave parked at any time, a trailer, or recreational vehicle detached from the vehicle used for moving that trailer or recreational vehicle."

These laws will result in fines if broken, the city said, but more importantly will deter the crews from keeping the city running smoothly.

 

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June proclaimed Recreation and Parks Month in N.B.

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