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To Estevan residents: Don't leave unattached campers on streets

Police received a number of complaints about campers illegally parked.
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The EPS reminds the public that it is an offence to leave your trailer on the street if it is unattached to your vehicle.

ESTEVAN - The Estevan Police Service has received a number of complaints recently regarding trailers that are not attached to vehicles while parked on city roads. 

The EPS reminds the public that it is an offence to do so under the City of Estevan's traffic bylaw, Section 34(1)(c). It states “No person shall leave a recreational vehicle which is not attached to a motor vehicle on a highway.” The EPS notes that all city streets are designated as highways. 

A recreational vehicle is defined under the traffic bylaw as including the following: campers, travel trailers, fifth-wheel trailers, tent trailers, truck campers and trailers designed to carry items such as boats, jet skis, snowmobiles and motorcycles.

To access a digital version of the full traffic bylaw, the EPS asks people to refer to the residents area of the City of Estevan website located at The EPS appreciates the public’s assistance in addressing these complaints.

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