How long can I keep a recreational vehicle on my property?

Temporary parking of recreational vehicles, watercraft, and/or trailers is allowed in the driveway for a maximum period of 72 consecutive hours per consecutive seven-day period. Dead storage in the abutting public right-of-way shall not exceed 24 hours.

After that time has expired, the recreational vehicle, watercraft, or trailer must be either stored in a garage, in one of the side yards behind the front most part of the home, in the rear yard, or removed from the property.

Recreational vehicles, watercraft, or trailers may be stored in the front yard only on lots with extra room in the front yard, where the distance from the home to the front property line exceeds the minimum front setback. Storage in that location is only allowed if the recreational vehicle is screened behind a six-foot tall opaque hedge, wall, or fence.

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1. What are the watering regulations for my address?
2. If I rent my residential property in Ponce Inlet, is a permit required?
3. What is the annual cost of a dwelling rental permit?
4. Does the Town require any other items relating to obtaining a rental permit?
5. What are the restrictions associated with renting my property?
6. I think my neighbor’s house is being rented out short-term. (VRBO, Airbnb, etc.). Is this allowed?
7. What are the restrictions associated with working on motor vehicles?
8. How long can I keep a recreational vehicle on my property?
9. What are the rules for having political/election signs in my yard?
10. What are the restrictions on corner lot visibility?
11. Where can I put my yard debris for pickup?
12. Where can I put my yard debris for pickup?
13. How do I properly maintain the exterior of my house? (Wall, Fence, Driveway, Sidewalk Maintenance)
14. What are the safety requirements for pools?
15. Do I Need a Building Permit?
16. My landlord has not fixed my building issue for weeks and I’m afraid I’m in violation. What can I do?
17. How do I get a code enforcement lien against my property released?