Recreational Vehicle (RV) Parking
Ordinances: Title 15, Ch.152.046(F)(14)(b)(1-5)
§ 152.046 ACCESSORY BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND USES.
(F) Additional standards for specific accessory buildings, structures and uses.
(14) Recreational vehicle parking and storage. The parking and/or storage of recreational vehicles, campers, travel trailers, motor homes, boats and personal recreational vehicles and trailers is permitted on any residential lot, subject to the following:
(b) Parking or storing in a required front yard or street side yard setback area shall be prohibited unless all of the following conditions exist:
1. The vehicle does not exceed a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 14,000 pounds;
2. The vehicle is parked on the designated driveway that provides direct access to the garage from the street or on an improved area having an asphalt, concrete, rock, gravel or other similar surface which is intended for the parking of vehicles;
3. The vehicle does not extend over a sidewalk or street;
4. The vehicle is fully operable and legally registered; and
5. No more than two such vehicles or trailers are parked or stored in the combined front or street side yard setback areas.
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.
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.