Can Basketball Hoops or Hockey Nets be in the Street?

For safety reasons - yours, your family's and city crews -- recreational devices (i.e. basketball hoops, hockey nets, etc.) cannot be placed or installed in the right-of-way or boulevard areas of your yard or in public streets, even on a temporary basis.

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