Can I park a commercial vehicle or RV on my property?

No commercial vehicles above a “B” plate classification nor equipment are permitted to be parked/stored in a residential area. This will also include any tow trucks, panel trucks, dump trucks and all commercial equipment. Only one (1) commercial vehicle with a “B” plate classification is allowed per residence.

Parking of one (1) recreational vehicle for each zoning lot may take place in interior side or rear yards provided that the vehicle is set back six (6) feet from all adjoining residential structures. Recreational vehicles include trailers, boats and pop up-campers. These types of vehicles must be located in a proper setback area.

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1. What is the Zoning of my property?
2. What are the Permitted Uses on my property?
3. What are the Setback Requirements for my property?
4. How can I get a Zoning Verification Letter for my property?
5. Where can I find the Plat of Survey for my property?
6. Can I connect my property to the City Water?
7. Is my property located in a Historic District?
8. What are the requirements for a home occupation?
9. Would a daycare business be permitted in a private home?
10. What do I need to do if I want to have a garage sale?
11. How can I get my Home Owner’s Association information?
12. Can I park a commercial vehicle or RV on my property?
13. Can I park my trailer on this empty lot?
14. Can I park a portable pod on my driveway? What are the restrictions on size and time?