Can commercial vehicles be parked in a residential district?
Parking of commercial vehicles in a residential district is governed by Section 8(G)5 of the Zoning Bylaw which states:
In Residence or Agricultural Districts, no commercial vehicle other than Class 1 Commercial Vehicles, as defined by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, at the DOT website ( ), may be parked on any lot, except in the case of a farm that is partially exempted from zoning regulation under M.G.L. Chapter 40A, Section 3. Section 8(G)6 (PDF)

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