No boats, campers, trailers, motorized homes, or trucks may be stored on any part of a Lot in front of the front building line.
Translation: This means you cannot store your boat, camper, trailer, etc. on your driveway. We define store as more than 72 hours or until we get a complaint. In addition, for corner lots, no boats, campers, trailers, motorized homes, or trucks may be stored on any part of the Lot between the residence and the side street property line. For those who think this means you can store your boat, camper, trailer, etc. in your backyard—think again! Under Denver Municipal Ordinance, you cannot use an unpaved portion of your yard as a parking space. Under the SPEHA covenants, you cannot pave a new parking space on your property to park the camper without obtaining the permission of the Board. Further city ordinances state that a boat, camper, trailer, etc., cannot be parked on a city street for more than 72 hours. The Board prefers that you store your boat, camper, trailer, etc., somewhere offsite to preserve the aesthetics of the neighborhood. If the vehicle is stored on the street, then call 311 and the City will follow up.