Chandler Municipal Code, Section 12-4 prohibits parking the following on residential streets when not working at the property. "No person shall stand or park any vehicle with a gross vehicle weight in excess of fourteen thousand five hundred (14,500) pounds, nor any vehicle modified or altered to add a crane, racks, frames or other structures to customize for a business purpose, nor any trailer or semi-trailer designed or intended to be drawn behind a motor vehicle and used or designed for a business purpose, on any vacant or unimproved lot, street, alley, or other public right-of-way in or within two hundred (200) feet of a residential zone for a period of time longer than two (2) hours, except such vehicles may be parked for a longer period of time only when such parking is necessarily required while actually loading, unloading, delivering or making a service call at a residence." (emphasis added)
It doesn't say anything about driveways, and your driveway isn't a public street, so the answer here is going to have to be in the HOA documents.
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