Are recreational vehicles allowed on my property?

No recreational vehicles can be stored on any lot in a residential district except for in an enclosed garage, provided however that a recreational vehicle may be parked on a driveway or in the rear yard of a residential lot for a period not to exceed a total of 24 hours during loading or unloading. Recreational vehicles are considered to be the following:

  • Travel trailer
  • Tractor trailer
  • Pickup camper
  • Camper
  • Camping trailer
  • Motor home
  • Travel coach
  • Motorized dwelling
  • Tent trailer
  • Boat
  • Boat trailer
  • Snowmobile
  • Snowmobile trailer
  • Horse trailer
  • Dune buggy
  • Any other similar equipment

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1. What are the regulations concerning exterior structure and code enforcement?
2. Are recreational vehicles allowed on my property?
3. Can I keep construction materials on my property?
4. How often and to what degree do I have to maintain my lawn from grass and noxious weeds?
5. Can I park old cars or cars I'm working on off-street?
6. Am I allowed to remove trees on my property?
7. Does the city care about fallen and dead trees on my private property?
8. Can I display signs on my property?
9. What types of natural features are allowed on private property?
10. If I vacate my home, do I need to worry about maintenance and security?