Living in Recreational Vehicle (RV)
Ordinances: Title 15, Ch.152.046(C)(1); Title 15, Ch.152.046(C)(3); Title 15, Ch.152.046(F)(1)(c)
§ 152.046 ACCESSORY BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND USES.
(C) General development standards for accessory buildings, structures and uses.
(1) Unless otherwise expressly stated, accessory buildings, structures and uses are subject to the same lot and building regulations as apply to principal uses and buildings.
(3) Accessory buildings and structures, except for accessory dwelling units defined in § 152.046(F)(1), shall not be used for living or sleeping quarters.
(F) Additional standards for specific accessory buildings, structures and uses.
(1) Accessory dwelling unit.
(c) Mobile homes, manufactured housing, or recreational vehicles shall not be used as accessory dwelling units.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE. A vehicular unit, other than a mobile home, which is designed as a temporary dwelling for travel, recreational and vacation use, and which is either self-propelled, mounted on, or pulled by another vehicle. Examples include, but are not limited to, a travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper, motor home, fifth-wheel trailer or van.
ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT. A dwelling unit on the same lot with and of a nature normally incidental and secondary to the principal structure or use. This definition shall include any structure or portion of a structure, other than the principal structure or use, wherein kitchenette facilities and/or provisions for sanitation (shower, tub and/or water closet) are provided.
ACCESSORY STRUCTURE. A subordinate structure to that of a main building or structure, which is not served with utilities, enabling human habitation.
STORED. Parking, leaving, locating, keeping, maintaining, depositing, remaining or being physically present on private property.
OUTDOOR STORAGE. The keeping in an unroofed area, of any goods, junk, material, merchandise or vehicles in the same place for more than 24 hours.