Recreational Vehicles (RVs) and Trailers

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Travel Trailers and Recreational Vehicles (RVs) on Your Property

Recreational Vehicles (RVs), motor homes, boats, utility trailers, travel trailers, campers or work trailers must be parked within an enclosed garage or in the side or rear yards on a paved surface behind a solid six-foot fence. They may be parked in the driveway for loading and unloading for up to 48 hours only. 

No more than two (2) recreational vehicles, travel trailers, un-mounted camper shells, accessory trailers, work trailers, inoperable or unlicensed vehicles, boats and the like can be stored in either the rear or side yards.  If your property orientation does not allow for proper storage, the recreational vehicle must be stored in a public storage lot.

Unattached Travel Trailers and Recreational Vehicles (RVs) on the Street

Unattached trailers, motor homes, boats, utility trailers, travel trailers, campers or work trailers may not be left parked in the street.  These unattached vehicles/trailers may not be stored in view.

 To report a violation use the Report A Problem link or contact the Code Compliance Division at 623-882-7815.

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