How many Recreational Units (RVs) am I allowed on my property?

To find out how many Recreational Units (RVs) you are allowed on your property, refer to Appendix H: Recreational Unit Matrix of the Land Use BylawThis matrix provides information on the allowed number of recreational units based on the district and parcel size of your property.

Short Term Camping means the RV can be placed for a maximum of fourteen (14) consecutive days. After this period, the unit must be removed from the property or stored for at least seventy-two (72) hours.

Recreational Unit Storage means the storage of RVs outdoors or inside a permanent structure. During storage, the units should be disconnected from most services, except for electrical, and accessories like slides and canopies should be put away.

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1. Can I use my Recreational Unit (RV) to stay in if don’t have a house on my property?
2. How many Recreational Units (RVs) am I allowed on my property?
3. Can I stay in my Recreational Unit (RV) while I’m building my house?
4. How do I know what my property is districted as?
5. How many temporary Recreational Units (RVs) can I have on my property if I’m hosting a function?
6. Can I have Recreational Units (RVs) on my property for family and friends for a function?
7. How do I apply for temporary Recreational Units (RVs) use for my function?
8. How long can temporary Recreational Units (RVs) be allowed on my property for my function?
9. How many times can I apply for a Recreational Units (RVs) During Family Functions permit?