Published: Tuesday, 08 June 2010 07:56
The City of Burbank’s newly adopted Large Non-commercial Vehicle (LNCV) Ordinance takes effect June 22, 2010. On this date, all large non-commercial vehicles must display a permit to park on city streets.
LNCV vehicles displaying a valid permit must have 80 feet of separation between it and the intersection of two public streets when parked.
Definition of a LNCV
A Large Non-Commercial Vehicle is defined as any house car, pickup truck with a camper, recreation vehicle, trailer, or other vehicle that measures or exceeds 22 feet in length, or 8 feet in height, or 8 feet in width. All such vehicles are subject to the new LNCV ordinance.
LNCV Permits are available at the Public Works counter located on the third floor of the Community Services Building at 150 N. Third St.
- The cost of a LNCV permit is $5 per day.
- Each LNCV permit is valid for 24 hours.
- A 24-hour permit may be issued in three-day blocks.
- Any single permit or concurrent three-day permit must be separated by a 48-hour period.
- There is a maximum of 96 permits issued per vehicle within a calendar year.
For more information about the new ordinance, contact the City of Burbank, Public Works Department, (818) 238-3915.