Where can I park my RV/Camper on my property?
Motor homes, RVs, 5th wheel & Travel Trailers, all Campers, Pop-ups etc. can be stored on the property provided that it is behind the front building line in the side or backyard. You need to own the RV and no one can live in it. If you need to test or do repair work to the RV, you can hook up electric and water but only temporarily. The RV must be parked an improved surface, not grass or dirt. Only 1 per property and have current tags and registration.

Reference: Rockledge Land Development Regulation Section 55.15
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2. If I am concerned about code violations, what should I do?
3. What do I need to know about garage sales?
4. What should I consider when planting trees on my property?
5. How many vehicles can a residence have?
6. What are the rules on yard maintenance?
7. Where can I park my RV/Camper on my property?
8. Where can I park my boat or cargo/utility trailer on my property?
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10. Can I plant trees between the sidewalk and roadway?
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