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Recreational Vehicle Parking in Residential Areas

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  • 1. Agenda Item #4Parking in Residential Areas (Recreational Vehicles) January 26, 2012
  • 2. DefinitionsRecreational Vehicle – any motor vehicle or trailerdesigned or used as a travel trailer, camper, motor home,tent trailer, boat, boat trailer, camping trailer, or othersimilar purposes.Residential area or Residential Lot – shall mean anyarea or lot occupied by residential dwellings though thearea may be zoned for use other than residential.
  • 3. What is currently permitted:• Parking, standing or storing of Recreational Vehicles is allowed onresidential streets for no more than 72 hours in a 30 day period.• Recreational Vehicles are allowed to be parked on yards, lawns,driveways and paved parking areas without exception.• Properties zoned A-O and A-OR are exempt from these regulations
  • 4. What is proposed:• Parking, standing or storing of Recreational Vehicles would be permittedon residential streets and driveways for no more than 72 hours in a 30 dayperiod• Recreational Vehicles would be prohibited from being parked on theyards or lawns, including driveways.• Recreational vehicles would be permitted on rear yards or lawn providedthey are screened from public view.• Properties zoned A-O and A-OR would remain exempt from theseregulations
  • 5. Agenda Item #4RV Parking in Residential Areas (Recreational Vehicles) January 26, 2012

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