On March 1, 2018 the San Antonio City Council approved a revision to the City Codes of Ordinances concerning parking oversized vehicles within residential areas.  The information on the Code revision provided by District 9 City Councilman John Courage states:

"Oversized vehicle parking within residential areas is prohibited by City Code. Violations of this prohibition continue to increase. As a response, today City Council voted to approve increasing the violation amount from $35.00 to $500.00.
An oversized vehicle: A motor vehicle, trailer, or boat which by itself or together with other structure(s) or vehicle(s) attached to it exceeds twenty-four (24) feet in length, eight (8) feet in width or eight (8) feet in height, exclusive of accessories such as antennas, air conditioners, luggage racks, and mirrors. If an oversized vehicle is also a recreational vehicle, it may not be parked on the street in a residential district.  If it does not meet the criteria for an oversized vehicle it may be parked on the street provided that it is not being stored there. It may park on the street only for such time as is actually necessary to load and unload passengers, freight and merchandise." 

{Note: our Springs CCRs Article X, Temporary Structures, provides the specific restrictions on temporary parking of oversized vehicles within our neighborhood, as stated in the recorded First Amendment to our CCRs, effective on December 21, 1998:

"No trailer, camper, motor home, recreational vehicle, or any similar vehicles shall at any time be parked in view of any other Lot or dwelling unit or connected to utilities situated within a Lot. This restriction on parking is not intended to prohibit temporary parking that is reasonably necessary for loading or unloading personal items. However, under no circumstances may such vehicles be “temporarily” parked in view of any other Lot or dwelling unit (a) more frequently than four (4) times during any calendar month and (b) for more than 24 consecutive hours on any one (1) occurrence."