Here’s the main language of it.
(2) The following restrictions shall apply to parking vehicles on public rights-of-way in residential districts anywhere within the boundaries of the City of Centennial:
. . .
(d) No motor vehicle shall be parked or stored on any public street or highway continuously within any residential district for a period of greater than fourteen (14) consecutive days. (I may have put continuously in the wrong spot but, I hope you get the idea.)
(e) A new up to fourteen (14) consecutive day period allowed by subsection (2)(d) is never initiated without an intervening minimum seven (7) consecutive day period from the conclusion of the previous up to fourteen (14) consecutive day period, during which time the motor vehicle must be removed from and remain off of the public street or highway.
The full ordinance can be found on the City’s website: