Sedona leaders weigh new OHV restrictions within the city

Sedona — The familiar sight of off-highway vehicles cruising the streets of Sedona may soon be a thing of the past thanks to an ordinance proposed by the city council.

The ordinance requires all vehicles on paved roads to comply with certain vehicle safety standards, but the city claims that almost all OHVs fail.

The ordinance, if passed, would make it illegal to drive unsafe vehicles, vehicles not equipped with proper safety equipment, or vehicles not approved by the manufacturer on paved roads and public roads in Sedona.

Notably, as it is now written, there is now an exemption for city employees under the ordinance, intended to allow the fire department to continue using its fleet of UTVs for service calls across towns. .

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