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Agenda Item Number
Land Development Regulations
State Filed Date
Single Family Development
Chapter 911 and 912
Recreational Vehicles Trailers and Boats Storage
Codified or Exempt
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ORDINANCE 2013 -pp <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, CONCERNING <br />AMENDMENTS TO ITS LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDRs); PROVIDING <br />FOR AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 911, ZONING AND CHAPTER 912, SINGLE-FAMILY <br />DEVELOPMENT; BY AMENDING SECTION 911.15(7), UNENCLOSED STORAGE OF <br />RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, TRAILERS, AND BOATS; BY AMENDING SECTION <br />912.17(3), UNENCLOSED STORAGE OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, TRAILERS, AND <br />BOATS; AND BY PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING PROVISIONS; <br />CODIFICATION; SEVERABILITY; AND EFFECTIVE DATE. <br />BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER <br />COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT THE INDIAN RIVER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT <br />REGULATIONS (LDRs) CHAPTER 911, ZONING, AND CHAPTER 912, SINGLE-FAMILY <br />DEVELOPMENT, BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: <br />SECTION #1: <br />Amend LDR Section 911.15(7), Unenclosed storage of recreational vehicles, trailers and <br />boats, by deleting limitation on length of recreational vehicles, to read as follows: <br />(7) Unenclosed storage of recreational vehicles, trailers and boats. <br />(a) Any recreational vehicle not in normal daily usage for transportation of the <br />occupants of the residence shall be considered as "stored" for purposes of this <br />chapter. <br />(b) Unenclosed storage of trailers, campers and boats; restrictions in residential <br />zoning districts. Recreational vehicles and boats may be stored on any lot. <br />However, any trailers, campers or boats which are stored in unenclosed areas on <br />any single-family or two family lot in any residential zoning district shall meet the <br />following standards: <br />1. Ownership of recreational vehicles and boats; authorized storage. Such <br />storage shall be limited to vehicles owned by the occupant(s) of the <br />residence or the house guests of the occupant(s). <br />2. Limitation on number of recreational vehicles. Not more than one <br />recreational vehicle per dwelling unit may be stored in an unenclosed area <br />upon each site, except that one additional recreational vehicle per dwelling <br />unit may be parked on the property for a period not in excess of two (2) <br />weeks in any continuous time period or six (6) weeks in any one-year <br />period. <br />3. Limitation on number of boats. No more than one boat per dwelling unit <br />shall be stored in an unenclosed area upon each site except that one <br />additional boat per dwelling may be parked on the property for a period <br />not in excess of two (2) weeks in any continuous time period or six (6) <br />weeks in any one-year period. <br />Bold Underline: Additions to Ordinance <br />StFike thFo gh: Deleted Text from Existing Ordinance <br />FXommunity Development\CurDevAOrdinances\2013\2013- 911,912(recvehs).doc <br />
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