Family or friends coming for a visit in their camper this year and they need a place to park? Don’t worry, they can stay at your place!
While recreational vehicles (RVs) cannot be used as a permanent living arrangement, the City does allow for the occasional or temporary visitor to stay on private property in their RV.
A visitor or guest can stay up to 15 days within a 12-month period on your property. There is no permitting requirement involved with this however, if your visitor wishes to stay for more than the 15 days within that 12-month period, they will need to apply for an extension with the Community Development Director. This restriction applies to campers, trailers, tents, and other recreation vehicles.
Please note that the visiting recreational vehicle must be parked in the designated driveway. It cannot impede sidewalk use, be parked on the street or on City right-of-way. Be sure to check with your HOA for further restrictions related to visitors and RVs.
If you have further questions, please contact the City’s Code Compliance Officer at email@example.com.