Grace Period Over for Oversized Vehicles

Oversized Vehicle Parking Plan in Boulder City, NevadaDon’t forget that the grace period for the Oversized Vehicle Parking Plan ended when we welcomed in 2013.

That means that vehicles longer than twenty feet will no longer be permitted to park on Nevada Way through Downtown Boulder City because they extend into the ‘travel lanes’ of moving traffic.

This has been in the works since August with painted streets, signs and warning tickets – so if you have a car or truck longer than 20 feet, you’ll want to park on one of the side streets!

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