RV’s are not allowed to be permanently occupied while being parked in the public right-of-way or on private property. For the purpose of accommodating visitors, a recreational vehicle may be allowed to be occupied for up to fourteen days within a one-hundred-twenty-day period of successive days in residential areas only per BGMC 10.14.060.
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Per BGMC 8.15.010, a vehicle may be parked on a public street for 72 hours. An “abandoned vehicle” means a vehicle that has been left on the public right-of-way or on any public parking lot controlled by the City for a period of seventy-two hours or more. If a vehicle is determined to be abandoned, the City will place a notice on said vehicle.
No, parking and driveways for single-family residential uses shall be improved with a permanent surface per BGMC 17.133.030.
Parking any truck with a gross weight capacity in excess of fourteen thousand pounds or any semi-tractor on any public right-of-way is not allowed per BGMC 10.14.060.
Per BGMC 17.135.150, storage of house trailers, horse trailers, and other recreational vehicles and trailers in residential districts outside of an enclosed structure shall be kept behind the front building line of the principal dwelling unit and shall observe the other setback requirements that apply to accessory buildings and structures.