Large recreational vehicles may be parked within 2.0 meters of the interior edge of the sidewalk, or curb if there is no sidewalk, from April 1 to October 31 inclusive.
In accordance with the Zoning Bylaw, Recreational Vehicle Parking is as follows:
Zoning Bylaw 5.1.8 Objects Prohibited Or Restricted
3. No person shall keep, in the front yard in this District, or in the case of a corner site, in the front yard or the flanking side yard in any site, any large recreational vehicle for any longer than is reasonably necessary to load or unload such vehicle.
4. Notwithstanding Clause (3) above, from April 1 through October 31 inclusive, on a residential site with no rear lane, large recreational vehicles may be parked within 2.0 metres of the interior edge of the sidewalk, or within 2.0 metres of the curb if there is no sidewalk:
a. Where vehicular access is solely available through the front yard; or
b. In the case of a corner site, where vehicular access is solely available through the front yard or through the exterior flanking side yard, subject to the discretion of the Development Officer, who may exercise his variance power to decrease this minimum setback requirement on a site by site basis, given the proximity and orientation of driveways, parking areas, buildings and other physical features which may affect sight lines and amenities on the subject property and on adjacent properties.
5. For the purposes of Clause (3), a "large Recreational Vehicle" shall include any motorhome, travel trailer, or fifth wheel trailer; any camper when it is not mounted on a truck, but placed on the ground, on a stand or otherwise stored; or any similar vehicles.
6. For the purposes of Clause (3), a "large Recreational Vehicle" shall not include: small utility trailers, camper van conversions, tent trailers, campers which are mounted in trucks, boats; snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, jet skis, or motorcycles and trailers to carry them.